Justin C. Worland
In mid-October, when ambitious high school seniors are still anxiously toiling away at their Harvard College application, a select few already have received word of their likely acceptance.
Ahmed Ragab—a historian of, among other things, medieval Islamic medicine—has been appointed the Richard T. Watson Assistant Professor of Science and Religion at the Harvard Divinity School, a position he will assume this July, the school announced last week.
Harvard College will send out approximately 300 “likely letters” to applicants by the end of this year’s admissions cycle.
Harvard College’s admissions office will announce whether it will bring back an early admissions program within the next several months, ...
Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid William R. Fitzsimmons ’67 said yesterday that Harvard College and its peers are unlikely to boost the number of students they admit.
A Harvard professor accepted a prestigious New York City art prize for his firm’s work designing the Brooklyn Bridge Park.
After suffering from a stroke last month, the Reverend Peter J. Gomes is recovering and hoping to return to his role overseeing Memorial Church by the end of the semester.
With a 15 percent spike in applications this year, the admissions rate to the College is poised to decrease to around 6 percent for the class of 2015.
Applicants who have family members who attended the school to which they are applying are approximately twice as likely to be admitted to highly selective colleges and universities than their non-legacy counterparts provided all other factors are equal.
Nearly 35,000 students applied for admission to Harvard College’s class of 2015—a 15 percent increase over last year’s total.
Flour Bakery and Cafe owner Joanne B. Chang ’91 spoke about her experiences in the culinary world and signed copies of her new cookbook yesterday evening.
Consultant and businessman Jeffrey R. Williams ’78 was selected late last month to serve as the first executive director of the Harvard Center Shanghai.
Built a bit like a star high school football player, Taylor B. Evans '14 looks the part of a Marine.
Harvard University will “fully and formally” recognize the long-banned Reserve Officer Training Corps program upon the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell,” University President Drew G. Faust said yesterday at the Institute of Politics.
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