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Tuition Assistance Program alumna Laura Buso

Staying curious for 40+ years

University’s Tuition Assistance Program celebrates anniversary of offering lifelong learning


Choirmaster conducts Harvard choir during Christmas service in Memorial Church.

Here they came a-caroling

Holiday spirit fills renewed Memorial Church, as services raise $10,000 for crisis center


Nicole Merhill and Bill McCants

Title IX report released

Office reorganization expands outreach and services to Harvard community


Cristy McGoff (from left), Denise Moody, and Steven Niemi pen letters of thanks before taking donations to the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter at the Giving Thanks Open House.

Gratitude aplenty

FAS sends appreciative notes, makes donations to shelter during pre-Thanksgiving celebration


Harvard’s Chief Information Security Officer Christian Hamer offers best-practice guidelines to guard against phishing attacks. "Trust your gut ... If something seems off, don’t click."

Avoiding cyber attacks

Harvard expert offers best practices to thwart phishing expeditions


Maria McLaughlin '18 and Mauricio Ruiz '19 engage in conversation in the new Pritzker Commons. Kris Snibbe/Harvard Staff Photographer

One space fits all

Students study, collaborate, and connect at Pritzker Commons


Scroll through Colonial life

Library's vast collection from era, from love letters to receipts, digitized for public view


President Faust speaks with Lamees El-Sadek, Dr.P.H. '19 (from left), Robin Mount, director of FAS Office of Career services, Juliet Lewis '18, and Christopher Higginson '18 at the Annual luncheon for recipients of the Presidential Public Service Fellowship.

Serving the common good

Presidential Public Service Fellowships allow recipients to tackle problems in communities, agencies, nonprofits around U.S.


Glenn Hutchins congratulates honoree LL Cool J at the fifth annual Hutchins Center Honors. “Stay strong,” said LL Cool J. “Fear not. Stay faith-filled. Better days are coming.”

Calls for hope and action

Du Bois Medal recipients look to a better future, but one that requires commitment


Woman restores glass flower

A touch of rot

Conservators freshen Blaschka apples for display in Glass Flowers gallery


Two students work on projects at the Cabot Science Library, where brand new multimedia studios provide students the opportunity to turn their ideas into everything from podcasts to films.

Lights, camera, Cabot

Multimedia studios require no more than a flash drive and imagination


In the Yard, inside the dorms

Roommates learning, living, and developing lifelong friendships in the hallowed halls of Harvard


Malcolm Reid '21 is ready to take advantage of all Harvard has to offer.

Freshman finds his footing

'The effort from the entire Harvard community made me feel truly a part of'