Columbia University endowment manager N.P. Narvekar will serve as the next CEO and president of Harvard Management Company, taking the reins of the world’s largest university endowment at a time of instability, the University announced Thursday evening.
Harvard’s graduate student unionization effort is for the first time reaching out to undergraduate teaching and research assistants to gauge their interest in joining a potential student union.
HRDC, which sponsors and organizes most theatrical events on campus, condemned the Yale Dramatic Association’s initial decision to caste a white woman in the role of a black man.
Harvard Law School debuted a remodeled Title IX training for new students this fall in response to student criticisms and task force recommendations.
Harvard Square has plenty of bars, but only last Thursday did it welcome its first dedicated to oysters.
Should Harvard abandon decades of established investment practices and, in short, start investing like Yale does? Can it afford not to?
Harvard has gone to great lengths to maintain the secrecy of its tenure process in an ongoing federal civil suit filed by a former professor in March 2015.
At a time when the College is escalating its involvement in student life, new Dean of Students Katherine G. O’Dair said social programming should largely be the domain of undergraduates—with administrative support.