Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton received the Radcliffe Medal—an honor that recognizes “an individual who has had a transformative impact on society”—in a ceremony Friday.
No charges will be filed against the black Harvard undergraduate whose arrest April 13 sparked national controversy and allegations of police brutality, his attorneys announced Friday.
The pending lawsuit alleging the College discriminates against Asian American applicants in its admissions process will go to trial Oct. 15, according to a May 23 court filing.
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.
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.
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.
Amorino, a high-end gelato chain, will open in Harvard Square just in time for the summer.
The National Institutes for Health has since launched two reviews of the study and has instructed Beth Israel to “pause all study activities until the reviews are completed."
Republican senator Jeff Flake took the stage at Harvard amid speculation that he is mulling a 2020 presidential run.
Pritzker and Martin were elected to their positions Wednesday by Faust and the Corporation. The pair will assume their new roles in July.
Harvard’s largest labor union has come to the bargaining table to negotiate a new contract with the University, the union and administrators announced last week.
Amanda Claybaugh will replace Jay M. Harris, starting July 1. Harris, who has served as dean since 2003, announced he would step down in Dec. 2017.
Faust said she will stay on the Cape through the fall to “reacquaint” herself with the historical literature she missed over the last decade.
Thomas J. Hollister, chief financial officer of the University, said the president-elect has long been “intimately involved” in Harvard's financial affairs as a Corporation member.
These five couples in the Class of 2018 are tying the knot.
Scroll through graphs and charts for a visual representation of the Class of 2018. The data was collected in an email survey conducted by The Crimson during the month of May.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth A. Warren came up for tenure at Harvard Law School in 1992, and her review proved a flashpoint in the ongoing discussion about gender at the school.