Radcliffe Magazine
Spring 2024

Radcliffe Magazine Summer 2024
Ruth Teischman's pink plastic diary was found in the trash. Now it lives in the Schlesinger, where it has become part of Kathryn Allamong Jacob's The Diary Project. Photos by Kevin Grady/Harvard Radcliffe Institute; graphic by Melissa Rico/Harvard Radcliffe Institute
Portrait of Rob Verchick leaning against a handrail.

Amid Climate Disaster, a Ray of Hope

After experiencing Hurricane Katrina’s devastation firsthand, Rob Verchick devotes himself to promoting climate adaptation.

Why Verchick Is Optimistic

“Dear Diary”: American Lives in First Person

The Schlesinger Library is home to more than 3,000 volumes of personal diaries. One former curator is on a mission to read—and describe—as many as she can.

In Their Own Words
An older woman stands behind a chair, her hands on the back of it, and looks off to the side, smiling.

Who + Why

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A big white party tent seen through the trees under blue skies.

Radcliffe Day 2024 in Photos

On Radcliffe Day 2024, our community gathered to honor a distinguished jurist with a fierce commitment to the ideals of due process and equal protection under the law.

Considering the Long Arc of Justice


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Vision and Impact

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An illustration of the Earth and a cold interstellar cloud


In Newsmakers, read about the extraordinary achievements of Radcliffe alumnae, faculty, and fellows—including awards, publications, and other accomplishments.

Spring 2024