Speaking at a Miami high school, University President Drew G. Faust encouraged students to pursue higher education—from local community colleges to Ivy League institutions.
Several members of environmental activist group Divest Harvard quietly carried signs outside a Kennedy School film series screening sponsored by Shell Oil Company.
As Faust has taken a more active approach to national politics, her position as president of one of the most renowned universities in the world has both limited and enabled her ability to push for change.
While some alumni said they are cautiously optimistic about the changes at HMC, others remain focused on compensation structures at the firm.
Harvard spent over half a million dollars lobbying the federal government in 2016, a number that has held relatively steady for the past five years.
Harvard raised $1.19 billion in fiscal year 2016, marking the University's largest fundraising haul in a single year.
Harvard has joined seven other higher education institutions in filing an amicus brief challenging President Donald Trump’s executive order suspending immigration from seven predominantly Muslim nations.
Thousands of Harvard alumni urged Jared C. Kushner ’03 to use his platform to “influence the Trump administration, and Mr. Trump himself, in a positive way.”
University President Drew G. Faust praised service members and affirmed Harvard's renewed commitment to its military programs at an event Thursday.
Harvard affiliates affected by President Donald Trump’s immigration order voiced concerns to University administrators at a town hall event Wednesday.
University President Drew G. Faust convened a panel of prominent journalists to discuss the industry’s future in Sanders Theatre Tuesday.
Cambridge Police and the Harvard University Police Department cleared an unconfirmed bomb threat near Jefferson Labs.
Tax experts say Trump's proposed changes to the tax code could affect fundraising at institutions like Harvard.
The College’s historic policy penalizing members of single gender social organizations could be “revised or replaced," Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana announced Wednesday.
With a year and a half left in its historic capital campaign, Harvard’s alumni affairs and development team will grant The Crimson fewer interviews with a top fundraising official.