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Photograph by Justin Ide/Harvard Public Affairs & Communications


New evidence strengthens the theory that aging results from molecular damage.

2.17.17 | Research

President Donald J. Trump signs an executive order in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, on Thursday, February 9. 

Photograph by Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Images

What happens when science and the presidential administration are at odds just three weeks in? 

2.15.17 | News

Harvard women’s basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith, shown earlier this season, was honored during the team’s alumnae weekend.
Photograph by Jon Chase/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Alumnae weekend helps explain Harvard women’s enduring basketball success.

2.13.17 | Sports

Migration, #1 

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Courtesy of Helen Zughaib

The Lebanese-American painter depicts people who pay the price of war. 

2.9.17 | Arts

Progress reported on gender, but with notable areas of concern remaining for some minority hires

2.8.17 | News

Reflecting on Harvard’s role in the Trump administration   

2.6.17 | News
Siyani Chambers ’16 (’17) led the Crimson in scoring in both games this past weekend. With six assists and no turnovers on Friday, he led Harvard to a 69-59 win over Penn.
Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletic Communications

Harvard men’s basketball defeats Penn, falls to Princeton. 

2.5.17 | Sports

The University argues that the president’s immigration ban threatens its academic interests. 

2.3.17 | News

In this scene from the end of the opera, The Count (James Lesu'i, a graduate student at The Boston Conservatory) begs the forgiveness of his Countess (Christina Bianco ’17).

Photograph courtesy of Jordan Hayashi Photography

With swankier digs and a new name, the undergraduate company continues an operatic tradition.

2.3.17 | Music

Top from left: Bill Kristol, Lolly Bowean, and Kathleen Kingsbury. Bottom from left: Anne Marie Lipinski, Gerard Baker, Lydia Polgreen, and David Leonhardt.

Photographs by Harvard Magazine/Lydia Carmichael

A panel on an anxious profession

2.1.17 | News