Former Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis '68 calls himself a “Harvard lifer”—a breed he fears is dying out.
With a push for gender-netural social clubs on campus, some students and administrators are finding the shift less than simple.
After the Ph.D., Harvard's researchers face tight finances, stressful working conditions, and uncertain job prospects.
As developers propose ambitious renovations, the Cambridge Historical Commission has been thrust into a city-wide debate about the future of Harvard Square.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences may be creating an entirely new kind of Harvard student—one more focused on problem sets than parties and extracurriculars.
As steel begins to rise in Allston, faculty and administrators are preparing for the imminent move across the Charles River.
After the election, Muslim students at Harvard are grappling with their place in the country and on campus.
Though Harvard's capital campaign is scheduled to end next year, some say the money will not—and cannot—stop pouring in.
With Trump's immigration orders on hold, some international students say the "fear and anxiety" hasn't abated.
The Kennedy School aims to actively advance the "public interest." But after graduation, many alums turn to the private sector.
As debates over free speech roil campuses nationwide, many say Harvard has been comparatively—if not entirely—quiet.
As it enters its third century, the Law School is judiciously reviewing some of its long-held practices.