A collection of stories covering Harvard University’s 363rd Commencement.
Harvard's 363rd Commencement brought together students, thousands of spectators, and even the 'Queen of Soul'
Divinity School graduate and scientist Shelley Brown works to stitch together fields that often bypass each other
Harvard Stem Cell Institute, initially just an idea, quickly became a generator of scientific discoveries
Deans Pfister and Khurana, from differing backgrounds, share the goal of fostering belonging, learning, and excellence in the College
The Harvard Campaign, milestones in the arts, and scientific breakthroughs marked 2013-14 at Harvard
Design School's Natalia Gaerlan finds tools to use on climate change in cultures tackling similar problems
A budding mathematician, an international thinker, and a creative achiever are the student speakers at this year’s Morning Exercises
Harvard is immersed in understanding the world and improving it. Here’s how the University is making a difference now, and likely will do so in the next decade, in five key fields.