A task force at Harvard Medical School will meet over the next few months to formulate recommendations about how to make the school more inclusive.
The NLRB began a hearing on Wednesday that could determine the fate of Harvard's student unionization effort.
At an institution with a long history of decentralization, swift and coordinated action does not come easily—even on the “the serious problem of sexual assault.”
Many of a University-wide task force's recommendations for preventing sexual assault at Harvard remain unfulfilled.
President Donald Trump’s attendance at a Medical School-affiliated event drew particular attention and fanned the flames of an ongoing controversy over Dana-Farber’s choice of venue.
Graduate students are calling on Faust to provide additional support for international and undocumented students amid uncertainties generated by Trump’s travel ban.
The Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic filed Thursday an amicus brief challenging President Donald Trump’s seven-country immigration ban.
In an apparent deviation from the rest of Harvard's fundraising practices, the Business School announced last week that it will seek to raise an additional $300 million after having reached its $1 billion goal.
Students at the Law School continue to demand further involvement in the selection process of the new dean and have started to hone in on their priorities for the search.
A false fire alarm and student protest continuously disrupted the controversial investor's appearance on campus.
Weeks after the Harvard Management Company announced its intent to lay off nearly half of its 230-person staff, three of the firm’s investment managers will leave the company to form their own hedge funds, according to Bloomberg.
Brian C. Rogers ’77, a prominent investment manager and philanthropist, has joined the Harvard Management Company's board of directors.