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Psalm Sunday over Zoom.

Blessings from afar

Harvard’s faith communities honor Easter and Passover — from a distance


Multiple monitors.

Turning Harvard virtual

How the information technology staff moved classes and operations online on a tight, coronavirus-threatened deadline


Student walking with Remy the cat.

The way we live now

One College student adjusts to life on a deserted campus and another to being unexpectedly home a continent away


Jonathan Savilonis and sons Julius and Lysander with their LEGO model of Harvard's Music Building.

Notes from the new normal

Bits of the socially distanced lives of staff and faculty, from a LEGO model of the Music Building to Gov. Andrew Cuomo as Henry V to cereal for dinner — in the shower


Empty classroom at Harvard Law School.

Zooming through the grad Schools

Though they vary in their missions, they report few serious problems and some pleasant surprises in the move to online learning


Tom Hollister.

A recession playbook

Thomas Hollister details the planning the University had already done for the eventuality of a downturn


Two students with suitcases.

Homeward bound

Medical School academic, research community responds to COVID-19 pandemic