Patrick will address graduates and their families during the Afternoon Exercises of Commencement, which will take place in Tercentenary Theatre in Harvard Yard in May.
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.
The plaintiffs, who call themselves the Harvard Climate Justice Coalition, allege that Harvard is mismanaging its endowment in “abnormally dangerous activities.”
In an open letter posted online early Friday morning, more than two dozen alumni called for fellow University graduates to gather in Harvard Yard for the protest that organizers are calling “Harvard Heat Week.”
Divest Harvard aims to launch a fossil fuel-free fund to which alumni can donate as an alternative to the University’s endowment, according to the group’s announcement from earlier this month.
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.
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.
For the first time since 2004, Harvard outraised Stanford in Fiscal Year 2014, posting a record-breaking total of $1.16 billion in gifts.
What do the postal service and C’est Bon have in common? Neither rain nor snow can stop them from upholding their constitutional duty.