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As Harvard’s treasurer and a member of the Harvard Corporation, James F. Rothenberg '68 remained intimately connected to the University he loved, advising its leaders and helping manage its money, until his death Tuesday. He was 69.
According to experts in cyber security, there may be nothing that Harvard and institutions like it can do to fully protect themselves from future attacks from hackers.
A planned renovation of the 24-hour inpatient care space to expand mental health resources is still pending approval from the state public health department.
Administrators maintain that the criticism will do little to hurt their fundraising efforts, but one fact remains: John Paulson’s record gift to SEAS has brought record scrutiny to Harvard’s $6.5 billion capital campaign.
Administrators at the Kennedy School of Government say they are prioritizing using digital tools on campus, rather than to distribute a curriculum worldwide.
The U.S. Department of Education now plans to release a data tool for prospective students and their families to compare colleges this summer.
The security breach to Faculty of Arts and Sciences and central administration information technology networks may have compromised email login information.
Cambridge residents and members of the board at a public hearing on Thursday expressed mixed opinions of the plans.
Following the Supreme Court’s landmark same-sex marriage decision, Harvard Law School professors said Justice Anthony M. Kennedy played an extraordinary role in advancing the cause.
The change in plans represents a dramatic change from bid documents submitted to the U.S. Olympic Committee in December.
Dorchester’s Harambee Park, not Harvard, would host Olympic and Paralympic tennis if Boston is selected as the host city of the 2024 Summer Games, yet another sign that Harvard’s relationship with the bid is evolving.
Attendees sang “Happy Birthday” to the library as they commemorated its 100th birthday with red balloons, rose-topped cupcakes, and jazz music.
Kennedy School of Government faculty and staff are working alongside an incessant “banging” noise as construction on the school’s dramatic campus expansion is underway.
The unanimous vote to recommend Harvard’s plans to renovate the Smith Campus Center to the city’s Board of Zoning Appeal moves the construction plans one step closer to city approval.
The report comes as environmental activists at Harvard and elsewhere call for colleges and universities to divest from fossil fuel companies.