Star Economics Prof Fryer Facing Harvard and State-Level Investigations, Barred from Lab He Heads

Roland G. Fryer, Jr.

Economics Professor Roland G. Fryer, Jr. is being investigated separately by Harvard and the state of Massachusetts and has been barred by University officials from setting foot in the research lab he heads.

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Year in Review 2018

From Harvard's top-secret presidential search to the eruption of long-simmering concerns over sexual harassment, the past academic year was anything but dull.

In Commencement Speeches, Lewis and Faust Urge Student Leadership

Rep. John Lewis

​Congressman and civil rights leader John R. Lewis told students and alumni they “must lead” and implored them to get into “good trouble, necessary trouble” during his Commencement address Thursday.

Faust Confers 1,533 College Degrees at 367th Commencement

Faust at 2021 Convocation

University President Drew G. Faust conferred 1,533 bachelors of arts and bachelors of science degrees on members of the Class of 2018 in Harvard’s 367th Commencement exercises Thursday.

The Man For The Moment?

Man for the Moment Illustration

When Lawrence S. Bacow assumes Harvard's top job this summer, he will face a rising tide of anti-higher education sentiment around the country.

Choosing The Ultimate Insider

Lawrence S. Bacow

Much like in papal selections, the secretive committee tasked with choosing Harvard's 29th president ultimately drew its final choice from within its own ranks.

Stinks to BU: Game of the Year

Net Gain

Three career games from three of the team’s most important players would bode well for any squad, but as it turned out, the Crimson would need every bit of individual brilliance from Anderson, Cheek, and Cuccurullo, and then some, on that chilly March night at Harvard Stadium.

Year in Review 2018

From Harvard's top-secret presidential search to the eruption of long-simmering concerns over sexual harassment, the past academic year was anything but dull.

The Man For The Moment?

Man for the Moment Illustration

When Lawrence S. Bacow assumes Harvard's top job this summer, he will face a rising tide of anti-higher education sentiment around the country.

Choosing The Ultimate Insider

Lawrence S. Bacow

Much like in papal selections, the secretive committee tasked with choosing Harvard's 29th president ultimately drew its final choice from within its own ranks.

Harvard Announces New Overseers, HAA Board of Directors

President of the Harvard Alumni Association Susan Morris Novick ’85 announced the election of six members of the Board of Overseers and six directors to the board of the Harvard Alumni Association.

Union Bargaining Committee Election Sees Low Turnout

In total, 513 members of the bargaining unit voted in the election, according to meeting notes from an HGSU-UAW executive committee meeting held May 14.

OPINION

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What Harvard Teaches Powerful Men

Harvard is irrevocably tied to the #MeToo movement; the movement’s message is one for which our administration must internalize and advocate.

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Go for the Why

Defining a career in terms of what you can do for others gives your work meaning that lasts longer than the fleeting rewards of the hedonic treadmill.

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