Tara W. Merrigan
Newly released recommendations suggest that Harvard focus on developing a commercially oriented research park, expanded faculty and graduate housing, and a redesigned Science Complex in Allston.
Allston residents are calling on Harvard to not start other construction projects while the Science Complex site lies dormant.
Yale will establish a Naval Reserve Officers’ Training Corps unit on its campus and begin accepting cadets in fall of 2012.
Harvard's new Provost faces a bevy of challenges in his new role, including jump-starting the University's Allston development.
Several times this year Faust has trekked down to Washington D.C., put on a smile, and made her case for Harvard.
Some queer undergraduates say that they would like to see a Harvard where the student body and the administration consciously work toward full cohesion between the straight and gay communities.
The much anticipated mid-2011 recommendations outlining the future of Harvard’s development in Allston will be released this June.
Allston Task Force members and community residents expressed concerns about the new renovation plans for the Western Ave. streetscape, a topic that the University has stayed mum on for over a year, at a Task Force meeting Monday night.
Harvard has recently made strides to better accommodate the needs of its trans population, but activists say that the University still lacks a tolerant environment.
With her flannel shirt and short hair gelled into a stiff side part, it’s hard to identify Anna N. Murphy ’12 as male or female.
Jack K. dreams of serving in the military again, but until military policy changes, his dreams of serving are likely to remain deferred.
Gordon S. Jones, a businessman and Harvard Business School admissions officer, has been selected as the inaugural director of the Business School’s Innovation Lab in Allston.
Planning is underway to celebrate Harvard’s 375th anniversary during the 2011-2012 academic year.
Alan M. Garber ’76, a Stanford professor of medicine and economics, has been selected as the next University Provost.
Alan M. Garber ’76, a Stanford professor of medicine and economics, has been selected as the next University Provost, replacing Steven E. Hyman.