Photograph courtesy of Lauren Spohn
“We are the generation that is coming of age in the COVID-19 crisis,” writes Lauren Spohn ’20. “We can we build? What can we sacrifice? What risks can we take?”
On taking a Harvard Gen Ed class remotely with William C. Kirby
Photograph by Allison Kern/Harvard Magazine
“I feel lucky that I took for granted my Harvard experience before its abrupt end.”
In a paper aimed at fellow educators, David Malan reports on interventions designed to teach academic honesty in the wildly popular introductory computer science course he teaches at Harvard.
Photograph by Drew Pendergrass
“What will it mean to end our time on this campus with no closure, no time to reflect on what it all meant?”
After Harvard informed college students that they must move out, Harvard Athletics began to make its own cancellations—a reasonable decision, but a brutal blow to athletes, coaches, and staff.
Students transition to online learning—perhaps for the rest of the semester—and are asked not to return after spring break.
Elizabeth Banks and Ben Platt received this year’s honors.