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Tracy “Ty” Moore II ’06.

Leading with authenticity

Incoming HAA alumni president Tracy Moore II ’06 is dedicated to building relationships, honoring identities, and connecting across differences


Rehan Staton

‘I couldn’t have done it alone’

Rehan Staton traces path from sanitation worker to Law School grad, gives thanks for sacrifices by dad, brother and help from pals, profs — and Tyler Perry


LaNell Williams.

Road less traveled by

LaNell Williams building career as researcher, leader by going her own way, helping prospective grad students of color find theirs


Adams House resident, Elio Kennedy-Yoon and mother Katherine Kennedy.

Saving Mom a seat in class

Happy confluence of academic, life circumstances put Elio Kennedy-Yoon, grad student mother in ‘Queer Nation’ course at Harvard Kennedy School


The Science and Engineering Complex

Keeping the plan sustainable

Harvard updates its flexible action plan to align with new priorities in climate, equity, and health


Henry Cerbone.

Wonders never cease

Senior Henry Cerbone melded philosophy, robotics, engineering, biology, math into undergrad degree, but computer science spilled over to master’s