Matthew Q. Clarida
President Obama is scheduled to travel to Cambridge to attend a roundtable discussion of Democratic Party supporters at the Charles Hotel and to Boston for a Democratic National Committee event on Wednesday.
Michael R. Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City and the co-founder of the multibillion dollar financial information company Bloomberg L.P., will address graduates and their families at Harvard’s 363rd Commencement Exercises on May 29.
Brigham and Women's Hospital's board of trustees is currently considering a proposal for a project in China, presented by Evergrande Real Estate Group, a major Harvard donor.
Hedge fund manager Kenneth C. Griffin ’89 has donated $150 million to Harvard and has directed at least $125 million of the gift to support financial aid at the College. The gift, announced by the University on Wednesday afternoon, is the largest in the history of Harvard College.
The documents advertising the sale were posted in Romanian provinces two days after Dragos Lipan Secu, a former contractor for a University subsidiary, was arrested on charges of bribery and money laundering.
A group of more than 200 people joined together in Memorial Church to memorialize Angela R. Mathew '15 and Stephen Rose '06, who both died this week.
If there was a student who could master the art of balancing courses, extracurriculars, and a social life better than the rest, it was Angela R. Mathew ’15, her friends remember.
Before Facebook swept the globe and attracted more than one billion users, it got its start in a Kirkland House dorm room on Feb. 4, 2004 as an internal directory for Harvard undergraduates, running on a single server at a cost of $85 per month.
Harvard’s endowment grew at a slower rate than the national average for American colleges and universities, as well as many of its peer institutions, in fiscal year 2013, according to data released Tuesday by the National Association of College and University Business Officers and Commonfund Institute.
While the final score of the Harvard women’s basketball team’s 77-59 thumping of Dartmouth might not indicate it, the eventually lopsided contest started close, with the Big Green shooting well from the perimeter and the Crimson starters failing to rebound effectively.
The trip was the president's fifth to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland since 2008.
The spending bill that passed in Congress last week does not do enough to restore funding to scientific research, a University spokesperson said Friday.
In a statement last week, University President Drew G. Faust joined a growing group of American academic leaders to oppose the boycott of Israeli academic institutions called for recently by the American Studies Association.
Over the past year, two committees of the Harvard Corporation considered 56 shareholder proposals regarding the social responsibility of the University’s investments, according to an annual report released Thursday.