New gateways into the humanities for students “still fully molten as human beings”
As antibiotic resistance spreads, scientists and doctors race time.
Brief life of an Indian reformer: 1820-1891
During a quarter-century of engagement in Vietnam's economic development, Harvard scholars create a unique educational institution.
Under pressure, getting excited yields better results than remaining calm.
Climate change has diverse and far-reaching economic effects.
Historian Maya Jasanoff says fiction can capture the subjective experience of the past.
After a multiyear renovation, Harvard Art Museums make ready for a November reopening.
Instructors experiment with hands-on learning.
Economist Rohini Pande assesses the impact of public policies.
The first analyses of online-course registrants—and "dropouts"—and other MOOC news
From the pages of the <i>Harvard Alumni Bulletin</i> and <i>Harvard Magazine</i>
Two new Corporation members, College tuition and admissions, Allston teaching spaces, and more
Former New York mayor Michael R. Bloomberg speaks at Commencement.
A Harvard task force released its recommendations in late February.
A landmark gift for financial aid, and other campaign gains
Big words and their use on campus
Distance runner Maksim Korolev has set Harvard and Ivy League records in cross-country and track.
Harvard’s men’s basketball team lost, 80-73, to Michigan State in the NCAA tournament, giving them a scare.
Fabric art that rises from mattresses to museum walls
Bob Childs makes world-class violins.
Correspondence on not-so-famous lost words
“Starling” can handle thugs and palookas, but not daily life.
An alumna chooses “the harder right.”
2014 candidates for Harvard Overseer and HAA elected directors
Shared Interest Group events during Commencement week