Prospective members of the Class of 2021 and their parents listen as University President Drew G. Faust welcomes them to Harvard Saturday in Sanders Theater.
Prospective members of the Class of 2021 and their parents attend a talk in Sanders Theater from University President Drew G. Faust, welcoming them to Harvard on Saturday.
“Using ‘nondiscrimination’ as a cudgel against students’ private associations is odiously patronizing," Former Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis ’68 wrote in the op-ed.
Graduate members of the Delphic Club hired strippers to entertain a handful of undergraduates at an October 2010 punch event held in a graduate’s Boston apartment.
The Senior Class Committee announced the four members of the graduating Class of 2017 who will share reflections on their time at Harvard May 24 for the College’s annual Class Day celebrations.
The Freshman Dean's Office will revive the position of "Director of Community and Diversity" in response to recommendations from a diversity and inclusion working group.
Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana will follow the “spirit”—and not the exact wording—of recommendations from a report on the College’s social group policy.
Khurana and Dingman published an op-ed defending the College’s rejection of a summer program for low income students.
Mock notices from a purported “Harvard Special Investigations Unit" sparked outrage from several students, who called the false flyers disturbing, and prompted the involved students groups to apologize.
Former United Nations Secretary-General and Kennedy School alumnus Ban Ki-Moon will be returning to campus this month as a fellow at the Kennedy School.
A squirrel sits perched on a ledge outside the Harvard Law School Library.
Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana speaks at an Undergraduate Council meeting in Harvard Hall on Sunday evening. During the meeting, Khurana explained why he rejected a proposed summer program for low-income and first generation students.
The president of a national umbrella group for several Harvard fraternities condemned Wednesday the College's decision to be more lenient with all-female groups.
Kirsi Anselmi-Stith '18 holds up a Divest Harvard banner in front of University Hall. Around 20 members of the group blockaded entrances to the building Wednesday morning in protest of Harvard's decision not to divest from the coal industry.
As Harvard aims to reinvigorate social life in undergraduate Houses, the very off-campus groups whose influence the College hopes to minimize have started taking advantage of the relaxed rules for hosting events in common spaces.