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Harvard’s campus and community through the lens of our photographers.


City of poets

Eight students pick a spot in Cambridge with historical, personal meaning and read an original work

"Dried Pond along the Rio Grande."


War-scarred land

Harvard curator reflects on photos she selected for award-winning book depicting collateral damage of U.S. military at home

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First year roommates Tatiana Patino '20 (left), from Georgia, and Walburga Khumalo '20, from South Africa, share a room in Stoughton Hall.


An enduring bond

Students we interviewed in 2017, now seniors, reflect on the friendships forged with their first-year roommates


Blades of glory

Just in time for the Head of the Charles, a definitive guide to the 19 designs on oars of University teams and clubs


Big statue on campus

Harvard is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Greater Boston, and perhaps the biggest attraction at Harvard is a sculpture

First-year students brighten up a bathroom at Winship Elementary School in Brighton during Harvard’s Day of Service.


At your service

More than 1,500 first-years fan out around Greater Boston for a day of volunteering at schools and nonprofits

David Thompson, Wyss Institute Technology Development Fellow, teaches synthetic biology. 
Rose Lincoln/Harvard Staff Photographer


Winter warm-up

Students pick up new skills over the break in classes that range from joke-writing to synthetic biology