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Left to right, top row: Matthew Aucoin, Clifford Brangwynne, Amy Finkelstein, and John Keene; bottom row: Kristina Olson, Sarah Stewart, and Doris Tsao

Photographs courtesy of the John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

This year's winners include a composer, a health economist, and a neuroscientist.

10.4.18 | News

(Left to right) Governor Charlie Baker, President Lawrence Bacow, Seth Klarman, Beth Klarman, and HBS dean Nitin Nohria at the ceremonial ribbon-cutting for Klarman Hall.

Photograph by Susan Young Photography/Harvard Business School

Klarman Hall, HBS’s newest building, hosts a symposium on the state of U.S. democracy and competitiveness.

10.3.18 | News

On tippytoes: Harvard’s Justice Shelton-Mosley performs a sideline balancing act after one of his game-high 10 catches. The senior wideout moved into third place on the career receptions list.
Photograph by Tim O’Meara/The Harvard Crimson


A quick and aggressive opponent makes the Crimson look sluggish.

9.29.18 | Sports

In a stronger year for universities’ investment returns, Harvard Management Company continues its overhaul.

9.28.18 | News

Richard Montañez

Photograph courtesy of Harvard University’s Office of Career Services

Flamin’ Hot Cheetos inventor Richard Montañez shares lessons from his rags-to-riches story.

9.27.18 | Food

Stephen M. Kosslyn, of Minerva, has pioneered in applying the science of learning to design a new core curriculum and technologically based pedagogy.
Photograph by Harvard Magazine/JSR

Lessons old and new at the annual Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching conference

9.24.18 | News

Brian K. Lee

Photograph by Rob Greer

President Lawrence Bacow fills out his new Harvard team.

9.24.18 | News

Autumn (…Nothing Personal)’s benches and polycarbonate tubes form three concentric circles. 

Photograph by Lydia Carmichael/Harvard Magazine

An installation in Harvard Yard creates space to reflect on identity, culture, and visibility.

9.24.18 | Arts

Turnover: Having intercepted a Brown pass, Harvard senior defensive back Wesley Ogsbury (1) wends his way upfield on a 21-yard return that led to a Crimson field goal.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

An unexpectedly tough win in Providence

9.22.18 | Sports

Jorie Graham’s challenging lyrics use language to give readers the experience of the poem. 

9.20.18 | Arts