The famous photographs at Harvard, first published in American Heritage in 1977, are at the center of a difficult debate over who owns the images.
For the first time in a generation, student activism is on the rise. Do these new protesters have anything like the zeal, the conviction, and the clout of their famous 1960s predecessors?
SMU isn’t playing this season; men on the team were accepting money from alumni. That’s bad, of course; but today’s game grew out of even greater scandal.
His speech was called “our intellectual Declaration of Independence.” Its theme was the universe itself; its hero, Man Thinking. Now, one hundred and seventy-five years later, a noted scholar sees Emerson’s great vision as both more beleaguered and more urgent than ever.
The university struggled to define what a school of business should teach. What is the knowledge required for success?
On Harvard’s 350th anniversary, a distinguished alumnus salutes his proud and often thorny alma mater
It is the repository of the wisdom and poetry
of the world. Its editor tells the story of how it came into being and how it stays there .
The author recalls two generations of “Cliffie” life—hers and her mother’s—in the years when male and female education took place on opposite sides of the Cambridge Common and women were expected to wear hats in Harvard Square
A stern but brilliant Yankee revolutionized American higher education while president of our oldest university
When Winifred Smith Rieber confidently agreed to paint a group portrait of America’s five pre-eminent philosophers, she had no idea it would be all but impossible even to get them to stay in the same room with one another.
“Viewed purely in the abstract, I think there can be no question that women should have equal rights with men …I would have the word ‘obey’ used no more by the wife than by the husband.”
He was promising at 25, prominent at 45, esteemed at 65, venerated at 85