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Powerful summers in St. Louis

Commonwealth Project students collaborate on community-led justice, cultural initiatives, research in region with longstanding economic, racial woes


CGIS South cherry trees.

The still moment

Aesthetic patterns and repeating forms give shape to life at Harvard


Benika Pinch paddles during Harvard Dragon Boat practice on the Charles River.

How to move a dragon — fast

Ancient Chinese sport demands teamwork, which is part of the draw, say Harvard paddlers. That, and amazing views of the city.


Martha Minow.

Committing to good, for good

Martha Minow, chair of Harvard & the Legacy of Slavery implementation committee, on ‘dedicating ourselves to a different future’


Penny Pritzker.

Pritzker on road ahead for Harvard

New Corporation senior fellow discusses search for new president, University’s role in addressing national, global problems, importance of core values


Tercentenary Theatre.

Many happy returns

In-person Commencement gives Classes of ’20 and ’21 a chance to reconnect, joyfully, and reflect on years of friendship, growth


Harvard graduates celebrate Commencement 2022 in Tercentenary Theatre.

Triple the joy

Photographers capture the festive rites and poignant moments as three classes celebrate Commencement


Merrick Garlad

A call to public service

Merrick Garland tells grads to get involved, warns democracy in peril, cites Capitol attack, rise in mass shootings, stifling of voting rights


Commencement in the Yard.

Embracing the moment

Parents, friends, and scores of proud graduates gather to celebrate hard-earned Commencement