The Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) on Wednesday moved one step closer to holding student group leaders accountable for
Over half of the grades awarded to undergraduates last academic year were As or A-minuses, according to data released by
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology David R. Liu ’94 planned to leave last night’s Levenson Memorial Teaching Prize award
Signaling a possible change to what current undergraduates have come to see as a fixture of Harvard life, Dean of
CORRECTION APPENDED The student advisory group to the Harvard presidential search committee made its final report public yesterday, following a
The College named Haining Gouinlock ’07 as next year’s Fellow for Campus Life, selecting the first woman to oversee undergraduate
Haining Gouinlock ’07 was named the 2007-2008 Fellow for Campus Life—or “fun czar,” in campus parlance—this afternoon, according to Assistant
Though the aspirations of Harvard students may make it difficult for us to imagine a time when people desired to
Addressing parents on campus for Junior Parents Weekend, Dean of the College Benedict H. Gross ’71 said Friday that grades
Cambridge Queen’s Head—Harvard’s undergraduate pub three years in the making—will open its doors in Loker Commons on Thursday, April 19,
Cambridge Queen's Head—Harvard's undergraduate pub three years in the making—will finally open its doors in Loker Commons on Thursday, April
Passing the torch: Faust will take over from Interim President Derek C. Bok.
As a low-profile dean of a small Harvard institution, University President-elect Drew Gilpin Faust may not have been a familiar
Drew Gilpin Faust addresses the press after being confirmed as Harvard’s next president. To her right, Corporation Fellow Nannerl O. Keohane and Overseer William F. Lee ’72 look on.
James R. Houghton ’58, chair of the presidential search committee, shares a laugh with Drew Gilpin Faust, left, and Susan L. Graham ’64, head of the Overseers and a committee member, minutes after Faust was confirmed as president-elect.
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