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Archivist Megan Sniffin-Marinoff discusses the memorabilia that tells the story of The Harvard Lampoon throughout its 140 years.

Smirk central

Lampoon’s creative irreverence animates exhibit marking its 140th anniversary



George C. Marshall (third from right) talks with Harvard President James Bryant Conant on the steps of Widener Library during Harvard's Commencement in 1947. Henry Kissinger recalls the content of Marshall's 1947 Commencement address, which marked a historic departure in American foreign policy.

Reflections on the Marshall Plan

Henry Kissinger recalls when George C. Marshall, speaking at Harvard’s Commencement in 1947, extended America’s hand to a battered Europe, helping to create a stable postwar order