From nonprofit workshops to lucrative college consulting businesses, here's the story of how organizations leverage the Harvard brand to advance their interests.
Donated by alumnus George S. Abrams ’54, the collection of 330 drawings span two centuries and represent over 125 artists.
The letter claimed that universities were “ready to work with Congress in a bipartisan manner” to protect undocumented students.
Come June, Faust's successor will need to continue to advocate for American higher education on a national stage.
Launched in spring 2016, Indigo specializes in counseling on issues related to race, class, and first generation status.
As Hurricane Maria crashed into Puerto Rico on the morning of Sept. 20, Agustin A. Rodriguez Lopez ’19 could only group together with other Puerto Rican students and wait.
University President Drew G. Faust wrote a letter to Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis last week urging him to allow transgender individuals to serve in the military.
Harvard University Health Services may refer students to remote counseling through a partnership with telemedicine company iHope Network.
After Winthrop reopened for the school year, some non-residents found themselves unable to swipe into certain areas of the building where students live.
In addition to on-campus gymnasiums like Hemenway and the Malkin Athletic Center, Harvard students now have the option to join peers in regular outings to luxury fitness studios around Cambridge.
The viral illness, usually contracted by infants and young children, can result in mouth sores and skin rashes.
As students put the finishing touches on their dorms, the Harvard Art Museums are offering an opportunity to supplement posters and string lights with original artwork.
Renovations in Lowell House have forced two peer counseling groups, ECHO and Response, to seek new spaces on campus for the next two years.
“Once the news stops covering it, people forget about it. But it’s not over,” one Texan student said of the hurricane.
After the election, Muslim students at Harvard are grappling with their place in the country and on campus.