Among Harvard’s Cuban-American students and faculty, Castro’s death inspired reactions ranging from jubilation to ambivalence.
The brief postcard, which includes threatening, explicit, and anti-Semitic attacks on visiting Law professor Sanford Levinson, ends with: "We’re gonna drain the swamp at Harvard Law. Juden Raus!”
A handful of Harvard students took time off from school to work for Clinton’s campaign. In light of Trump’s unexpected victory, they say they have readjusted their plans for the future.
The students bore all in the annual "Saybrook Strip," performed at many Yale football games by residents of the school's Saybrook College.
D.C. resident Laura Wigglesworth and her daughters Molly and Claire stand together in line as Laura waits to vote in the 2016 presidential election.
Eligible D.C. residents–many with their children in tow–queue up to vote in the early hours of the morning on November 8.
The Harvard Stadium was once “a student playground.”
University President Drew G. Faust decried the "acrimonious words" and "escalating numbers of cruel and frightening incidents" in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.
My mother and I exchanged looks. We beamed. Without saying Hillary Clinton’s name, we both knew why we were smiling. We both knew why I was home.
Students say lecturer Carlos E. Díaz Rosillo, who teaches the popular class Government 1359: “The Road to the White House,” has largely hidden his political leanings during his classes.
Harvard lecturer and Dunster House resident dean Carlos E. Díaz Rosillo will advise President-elect Donald Trump during his transition to the presidency, Politico reported Friday.
While undergraduates and faculty members alike came to terms with Donald Trump’s unexpected win Wednesday, several professors said they postponed assignments or altered lesson plans to ease students' schedules.
Harvard Yard was quiet Wednesday afternoon as students, tired from staying up late to watch the unexpected victory of Donald Trump, walked to and from class.
Hundreds of students cast their votes in Tuesday’s presidential election, but many said they were less than excited about the candidates on the ticket.
Harvard’s upper crust and political elites celebrated the official opening of the Harvard Life Lab, a new biotech research and enterprise facility in Allston, with speeches and a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday afternoon.