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Cui Cui Chen,

When is the price right?

HKS grad shows importance of market-based decisions when forecasting in a new regulatory regime


Benyam Kinde

Spirit of inquiry

Innate curiosity and an open mind spurred interest in brain research


A red cap, T-shirt, and pair of shoes brighten the steps of Widener Library.

Red all about it

Splashes of eye-catching color brighten campus scenes


Wavelength canopy.

Made to shade

A canopy of red banners creates a cool comfort zone at Science Center Plaza


Harvard’s Financial Aid Initiative is opening doors to students regardless of income.

Leveling the playing field

Harvard’s expansive financial aid program ensures diversity by welcoming freshmen regardless of their circumstances


Harvard roommates from varied backgrounds say that, in the College’s House system, their differences draw them together.

When a House is a bountiful home

Harvard College roommates from varied backgrounds say their differences draw them together, broaden their education


Elianni Martinez (left), and Adanna Castellano-Brown, both 9, teach a dance to their classmates and Harvard teachers Rachel Share-Sapolsky ’21, Jenna Lang ’21, and M.K. Howard ’21.

STAGE struck

Phillips Brooks performing arts program gives kids a new voice


Voicing their differences

Diversity elevates student group 21 Colorful Crimson: ‘Music is universal and it has no boundaries’