The author and fellow activists at a Divest Harvard rally this past April: (from left) Caleb Schwartz ’20, Flores-Jones, Anand Bradley ’19, Owen Torrey ’21, Eva Rosenfeld ’21, and Sophia Higgins ’21
Photograph by Lydia Carmichael Rosenberg/Harvard Magazine
An activist on activism, in college and after
Illustration by Daniel Baxter
A life lesson from Willie Banks
An admissions scandal further damages the reputation of selective institutions of higher education.
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Illustration by Matt Chinworth
The Undergraduate takes a chance with film.
Stuart Schreiber sits “where I go to talk to my mother,” by the memorial paver that he had installed for her at Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
A scientist discovers his own family’s secrets.
Stephen Jay Gould
Photograph by Richard Howard/The LIFE Images Collection
Country dance, saving homework from a burning car, and Stephen Jay Gould on 9/11
At the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Joe Brett—veteran and Harvard Kennedy School alumnus—addresses Ukrainian veterans of the Soviet-Afghan War. He writes, “I gave them a pin of my old unit, 24th Corps, which happens to be a blue heart on a white shield…or in this case a symbol for peace. We all wept when I gave this out with the words that it was up to us to all work for peace, now that we have met each other as brothers at this memorial…One former Soviet colonel hugged me and, with tears in his eyes, said that all soldiers should be veterans.”
Photograph courtesy of Joe Brett
A Kennedy School reunioner and Vietnam veteran stresses the need to address moral injury.