The Business School and the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences will offer a joint master’s program intended for “future leaders of technology ventures,”
Amid applause and light drizzle, journalists Judy Woodruff and the late Gwen Ifill received the Radcliffe Medal at the annual Radcliffe Day Ceremony Friday.
University leaders trumpet alternative programs as the future of education. Conveniently, they're also quite lucrative.
Big, bold, and Brutalist, Mather's signature nineteen-story monolith towers over the Charles from the corner of Cowperthwaite and Banks.
A new course at the Business School focuses on case studies featuring black protagonists in an effort to address a “blatant absence of inclusion” in the school’s curriculum.
The Business School will no longer look to fulfill a pledge to double the percent of female protagonists of case studies after finding that an initial study underestimated that percentage.
The Harvard Business School Dean pushed back on the conclusions of a popular new book that criticizes the school’s complicity in a number of societal ills.
Between parodies and a Pudding Pot, Ryan Reynolds accepted the Hasty Pudding Theatricals’ Man of the Year Award Friday evening to laughter and fanfare.
The Harvard Business School has surpassed its $1 billion capital campaign goal over a year ahead of the campaign’s deadline, prompting a $300 million addition to the original campaign goal.
Jill E. Stein '72-73 is grabbing national headlines this week after she launched an effort to recount votes in three states Donald Trump won in the 2016 presidential election.
Harvard Square businesses are preparing for thousands of alumni and Yale students to descend on Cambridge for the annual Harvard-Yale game Saturday.
Faculty and students discussed empathy as a means of bridging societal divides, especially in light of the recent election, at the Divinity School on Thursday.
An enthusiastic audience filled the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on Saturday afternoon to hear a conversation with former NBA player and bestselling author Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Mushrooms overtook the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Saturday afternoon.
Many College students from outside Massachusetts are taking advantage of absentee ballots to participate in their home state’s local politics.