Harvard is considering a University-wide capital campaign targeted at a number of President Lawrence H. Summers’ top priorities—including improvements to
While a Harvard campus across the river in Allston remains a dream 10 to 15 years from fruition, the University
For the second time in five years, Harvard is radically reorganizing how it studies economic development in the Third World,
In the latest round of campus discourse on the issue of divestment, Winthrop House residents discussed over their House e-mail
University President Lawrence H. Summers warned on Tuesday that Harvard’s campus has not been immune to a global upturn in
A busy weekend of international visitors accompanied by heavy security was capped Monday night, with a whistle-stop visit to Harvard
As he moves into his second year as Harvard’s 27th president, Lawrence H. Summers has no plans for a sophomore
University Marshal Richard M. Hunt, Harvard’s master of ceremonies and official host to visiting dignitaries, has retired after twenty years
University and College administrators welcomed the Class of 2006 to Harvard under starry skies last night, at opening exercises pushed
Long-time Harvard museum employee Marjorie B. Cohn will take a second tour as acting director of the University Art Museums,
Currier House Master and religious history scholar William A. Graham has been appointed dean of the Harvard Divinity School, following
The U.S. Department of Education began an investigation this week into the College’s new sexual assault discipline procedure, acting on
University President Lawrence H. Summers defended the Clinton administration’s record on corporate regulation in an interview Wednesday, dismissing charges by
New director of the IOP and former Secretary of Agriculture, DANIEL R. GLICKMAN, makes an in informal presentation to summer students at the IOP on Tuesday.
Tommy’s is under fire for staying open past its 2 a.m. closing time.