John L. Johnson
Harvard Law School graduates occupied the highest percentage of Supreme Court clerkship positions again this year, according to figures released
In an unexpected move, the Harvard Business School instituted a classroom seating policy for students in its MBA program. Beginning
Women leaders in a number of professional fields have come to Harvard this week to share their experiences and strategies
Sixty-three Eastern European professors will graduate Thursday from a management education course sponsored in part by the Harvard Business School.
In his first speech at Harvard since stepping down last June from the University's highest post, former President Derek C.
The Harvard Business School paid approximately $47,000 to connect a cable line to a single television in its luxurious athletic
The underdog Harvard sailing team captured its first intersectional victory in more than five years by winning the highly prestigious
Jewish students at Yale University are considering holding an open forum to discuss the issue of anti-semitism, in the wake
Harvard University Police Chief Paul E. Johnson said yesterday that he is investigating a complaint by a first-year Harvard Business
One day after announcing his candidacy for president, former California governor Edmund G. ("Jerry") Brown spoke to a standing room
Society needs to play a greater role in letting the professions know what ethical and moral values are expected of
A popular rock 'n roll tune from the 1960s, "Here they come...from all over the world," seems an appropriate description
A record number of Harvard undergraduates and graduate students attended the 10th Annual Career Forum held yesterday in Memorial Hall,
The Harvard Alumni Association this week announced the winners in the first of two rounds of elections for senior class
A computer glitch over the weekend delayed telephone service for approximately 400 Harvard students, continuing many undergraduates' ongoing battle to