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Isa Flores-Jones and Catherine Zhang

Photographs courtesy of the subjects

Students

The Ledecky Fellows provide an undergraduate perspective on life at Harvard.

9.7.18

Sofia Cigarroa Kennedy and KeeHup Arie Yong

Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Alumni Association

Two seniors who help make Houses into homes

September-October 2018

Arguably the Ivy League’s most dangerous offensive weapon, the Crimson’s return man and wideout Justice Shelton-Mosley ‘19 is a threat to score every time he touches the ball.

Photograph by Gil Talbot/Courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Justice Shelton-Mosley needs only the tiniest bit of space to go the distance.

September-October 2018

Isa Flores-Jones and Catherine Zhang

Photographs courtesy of the subjects

The Ledecky Fellows provide an undergraduate perspective on life at Harvard.

September-October 2018

At Harvard African Students Association’s Africa Night (from left): Tom Osborn ’20 of Kenya; Joshua Benjamin ’21, of Phoenix, Arizona (whose ancestors are Angolan but were first brought to Charleston, South Carolina, in the late seventeenth century); Tawanda Mulalu ’20 of Botswana; and Mfundo Radebe ’20 of South Africa

Photograph by Christabel Narh

The Undergraduate looks at Harvard through an African filter.

September-October 2018

“Connections” and “Transformations” are both organized around frequent critique sessions,…

Image courtesy of Megan Panzano

Design courses enlarge the College curriculum.

September-October 2018

Lawrence S. Bacow
Photograph by Jonathan Shaw/Harvard Magazine

On the first day of classes, President Larry Bacow reminds students of the importance of reflection and contemplation.

9.4.18

Photograph by Jon Chase/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

President Larry Bacow’s first Freshman Convocation 

9.3.18

FYRE’s student steering committee 

Photograph courtesy of FYRE

Harvard begins a program to acclimate freshmen from “historically marginalized communities.”

6.27.18