Caroline M. McKay
There's a two-way street between Harvard and the Obama Administration. Ever since President Obama's election in 2008, droves of Harvard professors and graduates have left New England for the White House. But this fall, a myriad of junior-level White House staffers are migrating to Cambridge to pursue degrees across the University.
While the Law School has made progress toward encouraging entrepreneurial public service projects, such initiatives remain hampered by a lack of coordination across the University.
Actor Alec Baldwin struck a somber tone at Harvard Law School’s Class Day Wednesday, urging graduates to use their intelligence to solve the nation’s biggest problems.
Friends and colleagues say that Souter’s quiet intellect, warm demeanor, and tendency to keep his life private have remained consistent since his freshman year at Harvard.
A Boston club will pay a fee to four organizations supporting higher education for black students as part of a settlement in a complaint of discrimination against black Harvard and Yale graduate students and alumni.
Nearly 10 years after the attacks on September 11, 2001, Osama Bin Laden has been killed after an assault by American forces.
Harvard Law School research fellow Lobsang Sangay has been elected the prime minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile.
Harvard’s many schools are rolling out new programs and initiatives to continue to encourage a culture of sustainability.
Harvard Law School is currently under investigation by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights for alleged violations of Title IX—specifically, violations of part of Title IX that stipulate how a school should handle cases of sexual assault.
Richard J. Lazarus, a Supreme Court practitioner and a leading scholar on environmental law, has been appointed as Professor of Law at Harvard Law School.
For many students at the Law School, TFA has become a epiphanic moment.
Cast members and creators of HBO’s “The Wire” called for students to tackle the causes and consequences of poverty that are vividly portrayed in the television show at a panel at Harvard Law School last night.
After a week of talking to students in Harkness Commons and passing out fliers boasting their candidacy, Skyler F. Cho ’05, a third year at Harvard Law School, and Rachna Shah, a first year, have been elected as the new President and Vice President of Harvard Law School Student Government.
More than two years after Obama’s inauguration, professors have begun to return to the University.