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Businesses are adapting to survive—if they can.

8.17.20

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Businesses are adapting to survive—if they can.

8.17.20

Thomas J. Hollister

Thomas J. Hollister, vice president for finance and Harvard’s CFO, and colleagues are grappling with hundreds of millions of dollars in unbudgeted revenue shortfalls and increased costs.

Paige Brown, Courtesy Tufts Medical Center

In volatile circumstances, plans are upended and remade.

 

8.14.20

An image of a 10-centimeter-wide glass model of Phymactis pustulata, found in intertidal zones in the Western South Atlantic.

A 10-centimeter-wide glass model of Phymactis pustulata, found in intertidal zones in the Western South Atlantic. The Blaschka model is listed in the 1878 mail-order catalog of Ward’s Natural Science Establishment.
Photograph by Peter Fried/Sketchfab.com/ARC-3D

Complementary imaging techniques combine to create 3-D models that virtual visitors can examine from any angle.

8.12.20

Harvard University Shield

   

Nearing the August 18 voting deadline, heated charges are leveled as petitioners seek divestment, governance changes. 

8.10.20

Who will be at Harvard when the academic year begins—and under what conditions

8.6.20

A drawing of students rebelling in a dining hall.

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(1 of 3) Battle in Commons Hall drawing,1819, by William Henry Furness. HUD 2818.75.45A, Harvard University Archives

The Class of 1823 goes rogue and gets booted.

September-October 2020

Photograph of John West

John West

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

HAA president John West promotes interconnections within the University.

September-October 2020

Illustration about meritocracy: one mother penguin and chick wear college mortarboards, while another mother penguin and her chick don’t.

Illustration by Barbara Dekeyser

Michael Sandel makes the case against meritocracy.

September-October 2020