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Charles Marren holds a 3-year-old Crystal Wang in 2004. Wang reunited with Marren upon her return to Harvard as a member of the Class of ’23.

Good cop, nice cop

Chuck Marren may be on his way to rivaling the Harvard statue as the target of visitors’ cameras


Harvard Stadium

Why Harvard football still matters

Its early history entwines with that of the game itself, and through its ups and downs two things remained constant: Homework came due and no more games after The Game


Sepia image of exterior of Gore Hall.

When Gore was Widener

Though razed, the legacy of Harvard’s original library has been kept alive in Cambridge’s official seal


Gina McCarthy speaks at Climate Rally

Global strike comes to Harvard

About 1,000 gather as part of international youth protest to demand urgent action by world leaders on worsening climate crisis


Judy Singer (from left), Anne Margulies, and Dustin Tingley

A link across campus

New platform connects the Harvard community across Schools, disciplines, and programs


HILT members

Innovation assignment

Program gives students firsthand experience in creating education start-ups


Father with sons in ROTC and the military talks with Harvard College dean.

Lending veterans a hand

Student and alumni groups of former military members join to help ease transition


Robert Wood playing guitar

Recipe for a new Gen Ed course

Start with a creative, interdisciplinary approach to a provocative issue; blend theory and practice; and teach



Growing connections

Izzy Goodchild-Michelman ’23 cultivates produce and understanding of the ecosystem


Big statue on campus

Harvard is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Greater Boston, and perhaps the biggest attraction at Harvard is a sculpture