In its report, the Honor Council obliquely referenced CS50, writing that “one large introductory course” had skewed the data for last year.
As midterm season wears on, some courses have altered the way they administer their assessments by integrating technology into traditional exam formats.
A documentary detailing Harvard's role in unprecedented cultural exchange between Cuba and the United States made its premiere at the Tsai Auditorium Monday evening.
Residents of the complex, many of them graduate students and professors, describe seemingly endless piles of dust, deafening jackhammering, and occasional water leakage.
Popular among some American Protestants, the prosperity gospel is a concept which holds that material wealth and physical health are signs that an individual is favored by God.
Sanders endorsed five candidates for Cambridge City Council and candidates for a number of Somerville positions.
In her letter, Faust wrote that universities like Harvard play a critical role in making the Boston area “a competitive place for Amazon’s next venture."
Business school administrator Margaret W. Busse has announced her candidacy for Mass. state Senate as a Republican.
Chinese President Xi Jingping may continue to centralize his power even as the country’s ideological balance remains constant, experts predicted at the event.
Alexander H. Patel ’18, an Adams House senior, has died in a “heartbreaking” loss, Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana wrote in an email to students Sunday.
Women in Harvard's math department report a bevy of inequalities—from a discouraging absence of female faculty to a culture of "math bro" condescension.
One month after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, urban planning experts joined students and faculty from the Graduate School of Design Friday to discuss ways to help the island recover after the devastating storm.
Come June, Faust's successor will need to continue to advocate for American higher education on a national stage.
Temporary Protected Status protections for Sudanese immigrants are set to expire on Nov. 2, and some worry that Trump’s administration could further curtail the program.
“Our unique perspectives, talents, experiences and contributions as HMS students, trainees, faculty, staff and administrators are the foundation and drivers of our excellence,” the statement reads.
It will fall to Harvard’s 29th president to implement and oversee the University’s historic effort to reshape undergraduate social life.
Harvard will rescind the W.E.B Du Bois medal awarded to Harvey Weinstein, a movie executive whom more than 40 women have accused of sexual harassment and abuse.
Students from schools across Harvard spent two hours debating the ideal qualities and priorities of the University’s next president.
The Harvard Law Review launched a new online blog aimed at providing more accessible, timely content alongside their usual long-form fare.