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Kathy Santoro

A table set for two

It was crackers and Scrabble at the cottage and, later, dinnertime jokes at the care unit


Neil Khurana, '22

Navigating the Yard

Following the same directions, 14 pairs of students end up in 14 places


Lion statue.

Where the wild things are

Capturing the exotic creatures that grace Harvard’s buildings, gates, and shields


An illustration of the Science Rehashed team.

Open access

‘Science Rehashed’ aims to increase accessibility to the latest scientific research


Coach Tommy Amaker at a 2012 game.

The new breakfast club

A monthly tradition started as a way to make Tommy Amaker feel at home


Bernard Bailyn, 97

Memorial Minute — Faculty of Arts and Sciences


Sidney Verba, 86

Memorial Minute — Faculty of Arts and Sciences


Orvin Pierre.

Puzzling out a life’s work

Orvin Pierre ’22 pieces together studies in science, humanism to prepare to be a physician


A family treads uphill, passing behind the first beech after the South Street gate — a cultivar of European beech (Fagus sylvatica Atropunicea) that was received from the Ohio Division of Forestry in 1943.

A day at the beech

Path at the Arnold Arboretum shows trees’ perseverance and beauty