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.

Year in Review 2018 GIF

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.

Black Harvard Student Arrested in April Will Face No Charges, Per Attorneys

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.

Thomas, Vice President of Harvard Library, To Retire

Widener Library

Thomas, who assumed the role of vice president in 2013, also serves as a University librarian and as the librarian of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

Labor of Love: The Five-Year Road to Unionization

Harvard Teaching Campaign

As Harvard and its new union prepare to begin negotiations, current and former union organizers remember the five-year march to unionization as convoluted, lengthy, and difficult.

A Tale of Two Larrys

A Tale of Two Larrys

But for all of Bacow’s and Summers’s differences and similarities, one element will likely remain as constant for the second Larry as it did for the first: an attentive Faculty eager to push the boundaries of its governing power.

Harvard Grad Student Union Ratifies 4-Year Contract With 70.6% Approval

HGSU-UAW Strike 2021 6

Harvard’s graduate student union ratified a four-year contract with the University in a vote that ended Saturday, with 70.6 percent of voters in support.

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.

Labor of Love: The Five-Year Road to Unionization

Harvard Teaching Campaign

As Harvard and its new union prepare to begin negotiations, current and former union organizers remember the five-year march to unionization as convoluted, lengthy, and difficult.

A Tale of Two Larrys

A Tale of Two Larrys

But for all of Bacow’s and Summers’s differences and similarities, one element will likely remain as constant for the second Larry as it did for the first: an attentive Faculty eager to push the boundaries of its governing power.

Faust Confers 1,533 College Degrees at 367th Commencement

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.

Admissions Lawsuit Trial Date Set for Oct. 2018

​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.

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