Harvard President Drew Faust encourages graduates to embrace creativity as they enter a world of unforeseen changes.
Rape as a weapon of war is a common phenomenon in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Researchers tracking reports of gender-based violence are overwhelmed by the numbers.
Harvard Yard explodes following the 2008 Presidential election.
The massive 2010 earthquake overwhelmed a country already struggling with astounding levels of malnutrition, HIV and infant mortality. Through it all, Louise Ivers remains committed to Haiti.
Multi-Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis represents half of the twin epidemics ravaging Southern Africa. Paired with HIV, the combination poses formidable odds for patients and healthcare providers alike.
A critically ill toddler arrives at a mountain clinic in Lesotho where doctors race to save the child’s life.