Throughout her tenure, Harvard President Drew G. Faust has discussed countless topics, ranging from the University’s email scandal to her thoughts on global health, gracing the masses with her notably lyrical oratory time and time again. We now ask our readers: can you distinguish between Faust's quotes and lyrics from actual songs?
University President Drew G. Faust speaks at the launch of the Radcliffe Campaign on Monday.
The Honorable Shaun Donovan, United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, is presented the 7th Annual Robert Coles "Call of Service" award by President Drew G. Faust. The lecture and presentation took place in Memorial Church Friday.
From right to left, University Drew G. Faust, FAS Dean Michael D. Smith, and campaign co-chair Glenn H. Hutchins ’77 watch FAS campaign co-chair Carl J. Martignetti ’81 address the crowd at the FAS campaign launch event in Sanders Theatre Saturday morning.
Administrators watch Chase E. Morrin ’15 give a piano performance at the FAS campaign launch in Sanders Theatre on Saturday morning.
An unexpected letter from University President Drew G. Faust explaining why Harvard will not divest from fossil fuel companies has catalyzed discussion and provoked direct responses, including one from Seattle Mayor Michael P. McGinn.
Chants of “Sin justicia, no hay paz,” Spanish for “without justice, there is no peace,” filled Harvard Yard Friday as about 30 students gathered outside Massachusetts Hall to protest the findings in a report alleging environmental damage by two Harvard-owned timber companies in Argentina.
Less than a week after University President Drew G. Faust released a letter reaffirming the University stance against divestment from fossil fuels, divestment advocates said they remain unsatisfied with Faust’s position and will continue their activism.
The letter serves as Faust’s first formal rebuttal to months of petitions and protests from both students and alumni groups pushing for divestment of Harvard’s $33 billion endowment from fossil fuel companies.
University President Drew G. Faust criticized President Barack Obama’s proposal to tie federal financial aid to government-created college rankings, a legislative goal that Obama has championed as a key step to making college more affordable.
The news is important, we get it, but we can barely keep up with our Facebook and Insta accounts as is, let alone keep track of Harvard finances. For those us who are hearing the words "Capital Campaign" thown around for the first time these past few days, here's a quick and dirty guide to get you up to speed:
An afternoon packed with star-studded events for Harvard’s alumni and donors kicked off the public phase of Harvard’s potentially record-breaking capital campaign on Saturday.
The University has already raised $2.8 billion in donations and pledges from more than 90,000 supporters in the fundraising drive’s quiet phase.
University alumni and donors from around the world are flocking to the Square this weekend to celebrate Saturday’s public launch of The Harvard Campaign—widely predicted to be the largest fundraising drive in University history.