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“While I enjoy seeing a patient in the office, I want to be able to impact populations,” said Darrell Gray, who graduates this spring with a master’s in public health and who expects to continue his work linking the medical community to disadvantaged populations through an appointment as an assistant professor at Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

House calls, without visits

With a master’s from the School of Public Health, physician Darrell Gray hopes to use telecommunications to extend care to underserved neighborhoods



“My thought process was, I’ve been taking Latin since middle school and I figure I’m going to get nothing out of it unless I did something like this,” said Timothy Barry-Heffernan, who will deliver the Latin oration.

Their memories and hopes

A budding mathematician, an international thinker, and a creative achiever are the student speakers at this year’s Morning Exercises



Harvard skyline

Beyond the horizon

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.



At Morning Exercises, chairs in Tercentenary Theatre filled quickly as the graduates readied for Harvard's 362nd Commencement.

Joy by the Yard

Scenes from a sun-splashed Commencement, filled with rituals, reflections, memories, and laughter