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Blythe George

Flying high, then returning home

Blythe George has come a long way from her tribe and her rural California town, but her ambitions are to help both


Rex Tillerson with Hainer Sibrian.

Echoes of El Salvador in Egypt

The son of Latin American immigrants, Hainer Sibrian, M.P.P. ’20, is set to launch a career as a U.S. diplomat, inspired by study abroad during Arab Spring


Mahlet Shiferaw.

Making a place for herself

Mahlet Shiferaw loved astronomy and physics, but had to overcome feeling like an outsider in fields that draw few women and fewer African Americans


Meeting at Radcliffe.

A ‘messy experiment’

New book explores the early years of Radcliffe though the lives of five of its first fellows


THUD members use buckets as drums.

They will THUD you

The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers make captivating beats using buckets, brooms, spoons, and tubes


Sopa Adeleye on the volleyball court.

Blocking fear

When neuroscience major Sope Adeleye suffered a severe concussion, she knew better than most the risks she was facing


Hakeem Angulu makes his award-winning pitch.

Explain your thesis in 3 minutes

Seniors awarded for pithy presentations on topics ranging from gerrymandering to the psychology of schadenfreude


Nathan and Nik Grant.

Sibling on a mission

Nathan Grant is geared up to help families of people with genetic and cognitive disorders — like his twin


Bob Scalise.

A long, good run

After 44 years at Harvard, Bob Scalise retires as athletics director, capping a tenure of accomplishment and change


Shanna Peeples.

A season of surprises

For Shanna Peeples, the GSE meant unexpectedly new relationships to words, work, and her own identity