Only five Yale students faced academic dishonesty charges involving computer code for any course in fall 2016.
A dead man’s body was found in a Harvard Dental School laboratory on Friday morning, spurring deployment of a hazardous material team.
Amid applause and light drizzle, journalists Judy Woodruff and the late Gwen Ifill received the Radcliffe Medal at the annual Radcliffe Day Ceremony Friday.
Kerry urged the school’s Class of 2017 to pursue activism in a “moment of adversity” at a graduation ceremony for the school.
Three trips to D.C., 11 lawmakers, two amicus briefs. Under Trump, Harvard's lobbying efforts are heating up.
Billionaire financier and philanthropist David Rubenstein is emblematic of the changing Harvard Corporation.
One lawyer said Harvard is unlikely to face lawsuits from students accused of cheating in CS50 because the cases are “awfully hard” to prosecute.
“I believed then and I believe now that resigning would have protected my personal integrity, but it would not have protected the integrity of the Department of Justice,” Yates remarked about her brief tenure as acting attorney general.
University President Drew G. Faust has worked from the corner office in Massachusetts Hall for a decade. Here, a look back at her tenure.
Former Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis '68 calls himself a “Harvard lifer”—a breed he fears is dying out.
Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana's favorability rating has halved since he assumed the deanship two years ago, according to a survey conducted by The Crimson.
“Don’t fool yourself into thinking that disengaging from the system that you think is broken will hold you harmless from the system’s failures," Biden said.
The Kennedy School aims to actively advance the "public interest." But after graduation, many alums turn to the private sector.
With a push for gender-netural social clubs on campus, some students and administrators are finding the shift less than simple.
After the election, Muslim students at Harvard are grappling with their place in the country and on campus.
With Trump's immigration orders on hold, some international students say the "fear and anxiety" hasn't abated.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences may be creating an entirely new kind of Harvard student—one more focused on problem sets than parties and extracurriculars.
University leaders trumpet alternative programs as the future of education. Conveniently, they're also quite lucrative.
As steel begins to rise in Allston, faculty and administrators are preparing for the imminent move across the Charles River.