Copley Protest

Harvard Affiliate Barred From U.S. Sues Trump

​Samira Asgari, a Harvard affiliate and Iranian scientist barred from entering the United States this weekend, is suing President Donald Trump.

UC Leaders to Meet with Friedrich About Expanded Sanctions

Sachee and Khansarinia will meet with administrators to discuss a recommendation that would bar members of final clubs and Greek organizations from holding their positions in the future.

'A Box to be Checked': Harvard College's Sexual Assault Prevention Efforts

The College’s informal relationship with the 12 Houses, along with a perceived lack of staff and resources, has complicated its ability to implement the task force's recommendations.

Stats Department Expands to Accommodate Upward Trend in Concentrators

​After a statistically significant growth in concentrators in recent years, several professors say Harvard’s Statistics Department is reaching its limit.

Committee Considers Cambridge Queen's Head Improvements

The Committee on Student Life discussed potentially renovating the Queen’s Head to make the pub more enticing to undergraduates at its meeting last week.

Food Studies Scholars Advocate Eco-Friendly Changes

​Scholars from the Greater Boston area came together Friday to present interdisciplinary research on global food system, with many arguing for fundamental changes in order to protect the environment.

Law School Symposium Grapples With 'Undocumentation'

“Documentation really unlocks people’s access to basic human rights and with those rights, people have access to dignity in their daily lives,” Levitan said.

Students Hope for 'Sustainable Change' at Ivy Mental Health Conference

​Delegates from Harvard discussed the College’s mental health resources at the second-ever Ivy League Mental Health Conference.

Act on a Dream Builds Pro-Immigration Wall in Protest of Trump

Members of Harvard College Act on a Dream protested President Donald Trump’s crackdown on undocumented individuals.

Harvard Law School

Law School Group Sues Federal Government

The Law School’s Project on Predatory Student Lending has sued the U.S. Department of Justice.


University, Union Effort Argue Over Voter Eligibility in Hearing's Second Day

In the second day of hearings, lawyers from Harvard and the union effort continued to contest which ballots should be counted in the election.

Central Administration

Union, University Present Arguments in NLRB Hearing

The NLRB began a hearing on Wednesday that could determine the fate of Harvard's student unionization effort.

House Life

College Committee Studying Housing System Will Make Recommendations to Khurana

​A subcommittee considering whether to eliminate the current blocking process will share recommendations with Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana as soon as April.


GSAS Students Petition Faust for Increased Immigration Support

Graduate students are calling on Faust to provide additional support for international and undocumented students amid uncertainties generated by Trump’s travel ban.


Schoenhof’s Foreign Books To Close Brick-and-Mortar Store


Harvard Student Unionization: What’s at Stake

Harvard Medical School

Med School Diversity Task Force Will Formulate Recommendations

Harvard Medical School

Trump Makes Surprise Appearance at Dana-Farber Fundraiser

Harvard Business School

With Additional Target, Business School Charts Separate Fundraising Course


Cambridge Begins Search for Police Commissioner

Cambridge City Manager Louis A. DePasquale invited the public to assist city officials in the search for a new police commissioner in an announcement Wednesday.


Security Committee Looks to Prevent Dorm Room Thefts

After a string of dorm room thefts, a College committee looking to ramp up security met with the UC to discuss specific security efforts.


Natural History Museum Exhibit Explores Extinction Through Art

Thanks to an art installation at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, the moa—extinct since the 14th century—is making a reappearance.


Boston Calling Organizer Addresses Allstonians’ Concerns

The director of Boston Calling is "spending a lot of time in the Allston community" in an effort to ensure the music festival's success.

Undergraduate Council

Students Praise Q Guide Questions on Textbook Prices

Some students praised the Committee on Undergraduate Education’s decision to include questions on the cost of course materials in this spring’s Q evaluations.


Email Lists Revealing Students’ Private Information Remained Public for Years


UC To Provide Tampons in Freshman Dorms


Mather House Exhibit Scrutinizes Slaveholding Namesake’s Past

Harvard Kennedy School

Kennedy School Visiting Scholar Discusses Poverty and the Environment

Harvard Law School

Law School Clinic Files Amicus Brief Against Trump’s Immigration Order