Skip to content

Campus & Community

Page 4 of 170

Dexter Gate greets visitors to Harvard Yard with the inscription: “Enter to grow in wisdom."

Looking up

Photos offer fresh angle on campus


Jesse, Sheila, Brenda, and Anastasia Onyango.

Good days, tough days

Anastasia Onyango, her nurse mother, first-year sister wrestled with COVID anxieties, cabin fever, reckoning over race — and brother’s board games  


Aubree Muse.

Not only game

Spinal tumor ended Aubree Muse’s career in sport that had taught her the value of resilience


Elijah Suh, his siblings, and parents pose in front of birthday cake.

Getting through it together

Before COVID, a cancer diagnosis. Here’s how one family grew closer even as the world seemed to come apart.


Allyson Mendenhall ’90, M.L.A. ’99,.

Community by design

First Graduate School of Design alum to serve as HAA president, Allyson Mendenhall is committed to creating inclusive alumni experiences


Lucy Wickings

Blazing her own path

For Lucy Wickings, a homeless, first-gen student, it was all uphill. Next she’s looking to help others


Tyler Patrick '22

Service comes first

Tyler Patrick, a Marine shaped by Catholic social teaching, departs campus as ‘best of what Harvard Law School offers’


Norman Y. Yao, professor of physics.

New faculty: Norman Yao

Physics professor returns to Harvard studying time crystals and other quantum phenomena


Justin Tseng.

When pothole is equity issue

New Medford City Councilor Justin Tseng understands many national issues rooted in local problems


Professional Development Program (PDP) space and studios

Continuing Ed forges ahead

Department celebrates 10 years of Professional Development Program with new space and ambitious multimedia studio