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Longwood Medical area.

Harvard expands ombuds

Ombuds underscore the independence and impartiality their offices maintain when concerns and conflicts arise


Avi Schiffmann.

Finding ways to help Ukraine

Grad student, first-years gather humanitarian aid, create website to pair foreign hosts, fleeing war refugees


Robin Batteau.

The 74-year-old College graduate

Robin Batteau wondered if he was up to the challenge, 50 years after family financial trouble disrupted his education


Students grasp envelopes with the Housing assignments for first-year students.

Housing Day is back in the house

After a two-year COVID hiatus, upperclass students return to the Yard to welcome first-years to their future homes


Cass Bargell playing rugby.

Undaunted on pitch, and off

Her bowel disease has been painful, debilitating, but rugby star Cassidy Bargell hopes sharing story will ease angst of others with it


Xiaohan Wu dancing.

Turning photons into pirouettes

Xiaohan Wu explains the physics behind photons in the early universe and wins ‘Dance Your Ph.D.’ competition


Ashley LaLonde and Noah Reimers kiss on their wedding day.

Be mine

Couples who met at Harvard recall their first dates, first kisses, first impressions