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Travis Lovett

To do good in the world

Alumni discuss pathways to public service work in advance of Public Interested Conference


“I’m interested in doing policy work one day,” Jenny Baker says. “But I’m also dedicated to my music.”

Mixing it up musically

Dual-degree students from Harvard and Berklee find many ways to harmonize


Jimmy Dres (from left) the owner of Andy’s Diner in Cambridge talks football with Tom Cunningham, building manager of the Harvard University Press, and physicist Bill Skocpol and his wife Theda Skocpol, Harvard’s Victor S. Thomas Professor of Government and Sociology. The restaurant is a local favorite for a group of early-rising fans who love Monday-morning quarterbacking.

Theda Skocpol, superfan

At Cambridge diner, political scientist and friends regularly talk football


Conscious Kickoff at Smith Center

An invitation to sound off

With inaugural event and new website, #consciousharvard asks Harvard community to share stories of inclusion and belonging


Students talking to librarian

This fall, a library for all

Harvard College and Grossman libraries merge, give full access to Extension School students


Teju Cole.

New faculty: Teju Cole

‘Open City’ author will urge creative-writing students beyond genre limits


Exterior HouseZero.

A model of efficiency

Renovation complete, HouseZero opens as office space and research tool with an ambitious goal: to produce more energy than it uses


Ana Osorio adds sugar to her coffee cup.

A day in the life

Following a Harvard custodian from dawn till night


Michael D. Smith waves goodbye at a faculty sendoff.

A fond faculty farewell

Bacow, Faust, colleagues laud Michael Smith, who has stepped down from his FAS deanship