“Without some attempt to measure who responded, adjust who responded, it’s difficult to know what to make of it,” said Chase H. Harrison, the associate director of the Harvard Program on Survey Research.
Several administrator said concentrations are not looking to attract more students, but rather to help students find their desired path of study.
Harvard experts in urban planning, technology, and sociology say Amazon's potential landing in Boston would have likely deep ramifications for the city—both good and bad.
Traditionally, Tyagananda said, monasticism has focused on “not being a part of society at all.” Modern monastics, by contrast, maintain some societal engagement.
Chinese billionaire Wang Shi visited Harvard over the weekend, delivering a sold-out lecture in Mandarin Chinese about his experiences in business and Western academia.
The Harvard Law Review launched a new online blog aimed at providing more accessible, timely content alongside their usual long-form fare.
Professors and researchers from across the country delivered interdisciplinary talks on problems of inequality at the first-ever Inequality in America Symposium, held at Loeb House on Friday.