About a thousand people from across New England marched in support of Harvard’s dining services employees from Cambridge Common down Massachusetts Avenue late Saturday afternoon, stopping traffic as they headed toward City Hall.
During the conversation at the Law School, Mary T.W. Robinson emphasized the need for international policies promoting sustainability.
Students and administrators at the Harvard School of Public Health say there has been a more concerted focus on diversity issues in the last few years.
A small number of dining services employees have, during the course of the more than two-week long strike, avoided the crowds of marching dining hall staff and have resumed work in Harvard dining facilities.
Arab American Institute President James J. Zogby discussed the negative portrayal of Arab Americans in popular culture Tuesday night.
A year and a half after award-winning British architect Richard Rogers donated a house to the Graduate School of Design, the GSD announced it will use the house to host a new residency program.
Harvard graduate students moved one step closer to unionizing after reaching an agreement with the University to hold an election on unionization next month.
Houghton Library has expanded its historical documents collection with the donation of a collection that features new historical artifacts from the 20th century.
The Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to the United States is calling upon the University to provide reparations to Antiguans, some of whom are descendants of slaves owned by a family whose 18th century donation Harvard used to establish its first professorship of law.
Latin Grammy award-winning pianist Gabriela Montero fused art and politics at a 50th anniversary celebration Monday for Laspau, a Harvard-affiliated nonprofit that promotes higher education in the Americas.