Jane L. Mendillo, president and CEO of HMC, earned $3.5 million. HMC Managing Director and Head of External Management Andrew G. Wiltshire received $5.5 million, making him the highest-paid official at HMC in 2010.
Sex, drugs, and consulting: The Crimson presents a statistical breakdown of the Class of 2012.
A. Clayton Spencer, Harvard’s vice president for policy, has served as the right-hand woman for four Harvard presidents.
The achievement of Occupy’s goals was a result more of circumstance than of action, as the movement estranged everyone from administrators, to freshmen trying to enter the Yard, to even those undergraduates who initially supported it.
Because HMC is reluctant to share information relating to its investments, the University’s current approach to investments may be more socially conscious than advocacy groups realize.
EdX represents an opportunity to advance pedagogy by encouraging research and collaboration between institutions of higher learning, with the support of the influential Harvard and MIT brands.
Police are currently searching the harbor in Portland, Maine for Nathan G. Bihlmaier, an MBA student at the Harvard Business School set to graduate on Thursday.
Students involved in the College Events Board and Harvard College Concert Commission, the two organizations responsible for planning Yardfest, said they were severely limited by their budget.
Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced Wednesday that the two institutions will spend $30 million each to jointly launch an online platform that makes lecture videos, class exercises, and quizzes available online to learners anywhere.
Richard A. Meserve will lead Harvard’s Board of Overseers—Harvard’s second highest governing body—for the 2013 academic year, the University announced Monday.
University President Drew G. Faust addressed the Great House War publicly for the first time since the conflict began weeks ago.