“The need for action has never been more acute, and one of the fronts of the struggle is without a doubt, education and training,” Medical School Dean George Q. Daley ’82 said.
As Hurricane Maria crashed into Puerto Rico on the morning of Sept. 20, Agustin A. Rodriguez Lopez ’19 could only group together with other Puerto Rican students and wait.
“For those of us who were Allen’s colleagues, losing Allen means losing a wise elder,” Khurana said.
The lawsuit charges that the Trump administration violated the due process rights of young people protected from deportation under DACA.
Harvard Medical School has raised nearly $706 million since the public launch of its capital campaign in Nov. 2014.
As Harvard reckons with with historical ties to slavery, an exhibit at the School of Public Health this semester aims to honor the overlooked contributions of significant black and Native American figures in the field.
Holding up fake gravestones and wearing white lab coats, over 30 Medical School affiliates staged a “die-in” to protest the proposed American Health Care Act on earlier this month.
A dead man’s body was found in a Harvard Dental School laboratory on Friday morning, spurring deployment of a hazardous material team.
University leaders trumpet alternative programs as the future of education. Conveniently, they're also quite lucrative.
As developers propose ambitious renovations, the Cambridge Historical Commission has been thrust into a city-wide debate about the future of Harvard Square.
Though Harvard had had all-male final clubs for over a century, the Bee was the first final club for women. The campus was set abuzz.
A survey of Medical School students found that one in five students screened positive for depression, and only one in five of those students reported that they had been treated.
Dozens of Harvard affiliates rallied on the steps of Widener Library Monday advocating for workers’ and immigrants’ rights.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a Harvard-affiliated teaching hospital, will offer a voluntary contract buyout for 1,600 employees to downsize its staff amid increasing expenses.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital—a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital—will pay $10 million to resolve allegations of research fraud, the United States Attorney’s Office announced Thursday.