The DOJ asked a federal appeals court to overturn the October 2019 ruling which found Harvard does not discriminate against Asian Americans in admissions.
A former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and former Dean of the Radcliffe Institute discussed past and present issues of urban renewal at the Graduate School of Design.
Experts say Students for Fair Admissions' case against Harvard will likely continue for the foreseeable future after the organization submitted its appellate brief.
Former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Discusses Challenges to Global Human Rights Order
Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, who served as the United Nations high commissioner for human rights, discussed the new global geopolitical environment Thursday.
Harvard added South Korea to its list of restricted travel locations as the University focuses on “contingency planning” for the possible spread of COVID-19.
Associate professor Elizabeth K. Hinton will depart for Yale this summer after six years in Harvard’s History and African and African American Studies departments.
Less than a week before Super Tuesday, Massachusetts residents are already casting their ballots in the 2020 presidential primaries.
Brooklyn College Professor Alex S. Vitale spoke to students at Harvard Law School on Thursday about the potential benefits of ending America’s police force.
Harvard Athletics Director Robert L. Scalise said he welcomes the new opportunities for student-athletes that will come when the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences joins the Athletics Department on the other side of the Charles river, completing its imminent move to Allston.
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- Athletics Director Scalise Cautions Against Exclusive Academic Resources for Athletes
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- Spate of Tutors To Depart Lowell at End of Semester