Administrators are interviewing candidates to fill two remaining positions in the new central office charged with investigating sexual harassment complaints.
Eldo Kim, who was charged last week for allegedly sending emailed bomb threats last December, reached an “unusual” yet “fair” arrangement, law experts say.
University Title IX Officer Mia Karvonides reacts to an op-ed signed by more than a quarter of the HLS faculty that condemned the University's new sexual assault policy.
Dozens of members of the Harvard community will not be swiping into dining halls this week as they participate in Divest Harvard’s week-long fast.
The newly-formed Office for Sexual and Gender-Based Dispute Resolution will play no role in the investigation of faculty misconduct.
The project, under the working title “MGH Hospital China,” would be MGH’s first major international satellite and has the potential to be a key source of revenue for the hospital.
Art and culture have a large role to play in the politics of the 21st century, a panel of scholars agreed Monday night while discussing past uses of those tools in Colombia and India.
Residents came out to a Cambridge City Council meeting Monday evening to support a resolution to protect the Silver Maple Forest.
Last weekend’s Head of the Charles Regatta brought with it throngs of visitors and the usual bump in sales for Harvard Square businesses.
Edward Snowden—a whistleblower considered by different groups to be a martyr, a coward, and a traitor—spoke with Law School professor Lawrence Lessig via Google Hangouts at a packed lecture hall Monday.
Students involved in the arts on campus expressed excitement at the newly proposed ‘Theater, Dance, and Media’ concentration.
Harvard scientists developed a coating for medical devices that repels blood and bacteria, researchers announced last Sunday.
By enabling the creation of nanoparticles in user-specified shapes out of materials like silver or gold, the breakthrough offers a range of applications in solar cells, disease detection, and laser technology.
The discovery of natural gas reserves around Cyprus raises both hope and concern regarding relations among countries in the Middle East and Europe, panelists said Thursday at the Center for European Studies.
Harvard Medical School professor George M. Church discussed the possibilities and dangers of genetic engineering at a lecture Wednesday.
The research indicates that eight genes in the human body may be related to coffee consumption, either directly or indirectly.
A new variation of gene therapy raises hopes for a safe and effective long-term treatment for the life-threatening heritable disorder.
The University released last week a new set of guidelines regarding medical screening and travel to the countries most affected by Ebola.
Following a meeting with University President Drew G. Faust last week, Undergraduate Council leaders are moving forward with plans to better include student voice in administrative and faculty decisions.