Politics

Infrastructure: Labor, Social, Political, and Economic Issues
Politics

Policy Experts and Union Leaders Scrutinize Infrastructure Decline

Experts spoke about the intersection of public infrastructure and labor at a Law School panel, emphasizing the need to invest more federal dollars in infrastructure projects.

The Protest Lecturer
Student Life

From the Lectern to the Loudspeaker

Recent events—most notably, President Donald Trump's election—have stirred an activist's sensibility in some Harvard professors.

Progressive Action Network
College

Progressive Action Network

Mary K. Salcedo, a graduate student studying Biomechanics, Biology and Applied Math, leads a Progressive Action Network meeting held in CGIS South on Monday evening.

University President Drew G. Faust
Politics

News Analysis: In the Age of Trump, Faust Treads Cautiously

As Faust has taken a more active approach to national politics, her position as president of one of the most renowned universities in the world has both limited and enabled her ability to push for change.

Politics

After Cancelled Protest, Grad Students Call Congress

After a snowstorm forced graduate students to cancel a planned protest of Trump's anti-immigration order, graduate student organizers traded protest signs for phone lines

Michelle Y. Raji
Endpaper

The Word: Citizen

“Hey you — All our fevered history won’t instill insight, won’t turn a body conscious, won’t make that look in the eyes say yes, though there is nothing to solve even as each moment is an answer.” — Claudia Rankine, “Citizen: An American Lyric”

Partition Seminar
College

Partition Seminar

Jennifer Leaning, a professor the School of Public Health, speaks at the Historical and Humanitarian Consequences of Migration seminar Wednesday evening. This seminar was part of a series that explores themes related to the partition of India.

Harvard Law School Library
Politics

Former Classmates Reflect on Gorsuch's Law School Days

Gorsuch's Law School peers remember a conservative who avoided confrontation with the largely liberal student body.

Ali Khademhosseini's Lab
Politics

'Not Welcome Here'

More than 111 Harvard affiliates hold visas from countries listed in President Donald Trump's immigration order. Here are some of their stories.

IOP

At Conference, Students Reflect on Tense Political Climate

​Undergraduates from across the country convened at Harvard’s Institute of Politics to look back at the November presidential election and reflect on the nation’s political climate.

Samira Asgari
Politics

Samira Asgari

Massachusetts Hall
Central Administration

Mass. Federal Judge Declines Temporary Stay on Immigration Executive Order

A Boston federal judge ruled Friday against plaintiffs supported by Harvard, declining to extend a temporary stay on President Donald Trump’s immigration order.

Samira Asgari
Politics

‘I’m Still Shaking’

Three barred Iranian scholars reached Harvard after being repeatedly denied entry to the United States due to President Donald Trump's immigration suspension.

Massachusetts Hall
Politics

Harvard Challenges Trump’s Executive Order in Amicus Brief

Harvard has joined seven other higher education institutions in filing an amicus brief challenging President Donald Trump’s executive order suspending immigration from seven predominantly Muslim nations.

Copley Protest
Politics

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.