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Articles: Alumni

Photograph of a stout middle-aged woman seated at her desk, writing

Bryant at work, captured in an undated photograph.

Image courtesy of the Museum of Comparative Zoology/Harvard University

Alumni

Brief life of an underappreciated arachnologist

2.9.21

A photograph of the entrance to Loeb House, where Harvard’s governing boards meet.

Loeb House, where the governing boards convene 

Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons/ Caroline Culler

The annual election of Overseers and alumni association directors is under way.

4.1.21

Several Harvard Computers and Radcliffe students pose for a photograph together, seated at desks and sitting on the floor

Harvard Computers and Radcliffe students in 1925
Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Library Archives 

Alumni scientist-filmmakers bring the Harvard Computers’ story to the screen.

3.23.21

A grandson with his arm around his grandmother

Noah Evers ’22 and his grandmother Patricia Greenfield ’62, Ph.D. ’66

Photo by Lauren Greenfield ’87

A Harvard grandmother’s—and grandson’s—research

2.22.21

Photograph of Roxanne Guenette

Roxanne Guenette

Photograph by Stu Rosner

Seeking answers to science’s biggest questions

March-April 2021

Prospective candidates and their diverse views of Harvard’s future and the Board’s role

March-April 2021

Photograph of Patrick Chung

Patrick Chung

Photograph courtesy of Patrick Chung

The Xfund helps young entrepreneurs launch companies and careers.

March-April 2021

Stephen Gray stands on city sidewalk with street car passing by on right

Photograph by Aaron Conway/aaconn studio

Back in his hometown: Stephen Gray in downtown Cincinnati

Stephen Gray pioneers equitable urban design.

March-April 2021

Portrait of Jeannie Suk Gersen, an elegantly dressed Korean American woman leaning against a stone archway.

Jeannie Suk Gersen

Photograph by Stu Rosner

Jeannie Suk Gersen on the law, trauma, and “the rhetoric of believing”

March-April 2021