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A surprising change in plans to revise the College course of study


University Hall

Photograph by Kris Snibbe/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Reflections on governance, enforcement, and the efficacy of the sanctions


Statue of John Harvard

Photograph by Ericodeg/

The admissions office reports a slight increase in first-generation admits. 


A sign directs students to a polling location at Phillips Brooks House. The vote to ratify a union took place on November 16 and 17, 2016.

Photograph by Harvard Magazine/LC

In July, the regional NLRB had ruled to invalidate the results of Harvard’s November 2016 graduate-student union election and order a new election. 


Massachusetts Hall

Photograph by Muns/Wikipedia

A new report on adherence to the University’s Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment Policy


The proposed 14-acre parcel, in purple stripes, sits south of Harvard Business School and east of the new science and engineering complex. The larger purple space represents the full 36-acre parcel eventually planned for commercial development. 

Courtesy of the Harvard Planning Office

The first step of what may become a much larger commercial district


Recognizing outstanding authors and artists for serving our readers

January-February 2018

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell

The University Marshal retires, MacArthur fellows, diversifying freshman pre-orientation, and more

January-February 2018

Final-club regulations and preventing preprofessionalism

January-February 2018