"The committee has not been charged with investigating or reporting on the attendance study,” according to the chair of the group, Harvard Law School professor John C. P. Goldberg.
The survey, which is a localized version of an Association of American Universities survey that 28 schools will issue this spring, will ask student respondents a range of questions on sexual misconduct and affirmative consent.
In the post for 10 years, Ryan M. Travia is set to depart Harvard mid-March and take up an associate dean of students position at Babson College.
Fourteen remaining protesters demanding that Harvard divest from fossil fuels left the administrative building Friday morning at about 10 a.m.
A group of more than 30 stormed and occupied the building Thursday morning, demanding that Harvard divest its $35.9 billion endowment from fossil fuels.
Administrators say they consider factors such as road conditions and the availability of public transportation when deciding whether to close down operations.
Following Boston’s 2024 bid, University President Drew G. Faust says Harvard will not divert fundraising to the Olympics.
In November, seven students argued in an 11-page complaint that Harvard’s continued investment of its endowment represents “a breach of [Harvard’s] fiduciary and charitable duties as a public charity and nonprofit corporation.”
The committee that recommended a controversial new health benefits policy said it expects less than 1 percent of families enrolled in the medical program to reach the family out-of-pocket maximum of $4,500.
The $5 billion figure comprises nearly 300,000 gifts from 100,000 households, according to Vice President for Alumni Affairs and Development Tamara E. Rogers '74.
Summers cited numerous examples that he alleged might imply Harvard’s support for anti-Israeli viewpoints.
If current plans hold and the International Olympic Committee picks Boston, Harvard could host up to 10 events in the 2024 Games.
The price change marks a lower percent increase than in recent years, but still continues a decades-long trend of increasing housing prices in Boston and Cambridge.
The "crippling and potentially historic" looming blizzard is predicted to bring more than two feet of snow to the Boston area.
The National Weather Service predicts a “crippling and potentially historic” 20 to 30 inches of snow for the Boston area, with snowfall accumulation at rates from 2 to 4 inches per hour.