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"Warming Warning" on Harvard's Science Center plaza.

Warning: Warming ahead

Science Center installation aims to share data, urge action against climate change


Nadya Okamoto.

Student pens manifesto on menstruation

Nadya Okamoto’s nonprofit distributes menstrual products to women in need, and her new book offers a strategy for more openness


Ellis Monk.

New faculty: Ellis Monk

Along with building on his own work, sociologist hopes to ‘nurture and inspire’ young researchers


Eva Ballew.

Staying grounded

First-year student, a Native American, promises herself to blaze trail for others


Yaseen Eldik and Sanaa Nadim pray.

Harvard’s sacred spaces

New and old spots encourage pause and reflection, for religious and mindful communities alike


Harvard President Larry Bacow (left) and Adele Bacow walk through the schedule for his Inauguration two days before the event takes place.

Welcoming No. 29

Harvard will formally inaugurate Larry Bacow as president Friday, with a ceremony and a block party


"[Harvard is] a microcosm of the world ... you will find echoes of the debates that occur elsewhere ... on our campus. We have to push back at times and resist being drawn down to a level of debate in which people cease to listen and understand."

Larry Bacow’s listening tour

On eve of inauguration, Harvard’s new president reflects on what he’s learning, what he’s thinking


Ella Papanek ’21 (left) and Alex Yu compete in the qualifier tournament.

Art of chess

Players bring their best moves to Smith Center tournament