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Harvard Magazine

Harvard Magazine
Editor John S. Rosenberg
Categories alumni magazine
Frequency Bimonthly
First issue  1898 (1898-month)
Company Harvard Magazine Inc.
Country  United States
Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts
Language English
Website .com.harvardmagazinewww
ISSN 0095-2427

Harvard Magazine is an independently edited magazine and separately incorporated affiliate of Harvard University. It is the only publication covering the entire University, aside from The Harvard Crimson, and also regularly distributed to all graduates, faculty and staff.

It was founded in 1898[1] by alumni for alumni, with the mission of "keeping alumni of Harvard University connected to the university and to each other". One of the founders was the noted print journalist William Morton Fullerton. It has gone through three name changes - the original name was Harvard Bulletin, it was changed in 1910 to Harvard Alumni Bulletin, and in 1973 it got its current name, Harvard Magazine. Harvard Magazine has a circulation of 240,000 among alumni, faculty and staff in the United States (audited by BPA).

References

  1. ^ "History of Harvard Magazine". Harvard Magazine. Retrieved 2012-02-01. 

External links

  • Official site
  • , June 5, 2008.The Wall Street JournalM. Kung, "Advice for Muggles From J.K. Rowling's Harvard Commencement Address,"
  • , June 5, 2006.The Wall Street JournalZachary M. Seward, "Colleges Want More Rah, Rah From Magazines,"
  • , November 10, 2004.The New York TimesEmma Daly, "Glossy Alumni Magazines Seek More Than Graduates,"
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