Harvard professors discussed the implications of the #MeToo movement at a panel Monday at the Radcliffe Institute's Schlesinger Library.
Although Faust said she plans to appoint the new deans before the end of her term, she said the exact timeline is still uncertain.
The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library, a leading archive of women's history, will now house the life work of famed radical activist and academic Angela Y. Davis.
The Harvard Graduate School of Education surpassed its $250 million capital campaign fundraising goal in March 2017.
The campaign garnered contributions from donors representing every Harvard school and every Harvard and Radcliffe class from 1933 to the present.
At a time when some are questioning Harvard’s commitment to free speech, the John Adams Society seeks to challenge what they see as the campus liberal orthodoxy—even if it means meeting in secret.
Chinese President Xi Jingping may continue to centralize his power even as the country’s ideological balance remains constant, experts predicted at the event.
Harvard’s first-ever Black Playwrights Festival kicked off Thursday with a reading of an original student play and a conversation on intimacy and authenticity in black theater.
“The issue of depression and loneliness among medical students and graduate students is hugely underestimated."
From stifling innovation to encouraging excessive food waste, speakers at the 4th annual Harvard-UCLA Food Law and Policy Conference on Friday criticized the current food regulatory environment.
"Humor is one of the best ways to make light of a damp situation,” Jordan Klepper, a comedian and host of Comedy Central’s "The Opposition," said.
The unanimously-passed resolution will designate Coamo, Orocovis, Salinas, and Jayuya— four Puerto Rican cities well-represented in Cambridge’s population—as sister cities.
Paul L. Hoffman and Lawrence S. Lustberg played major roles on the American Civil Liberties Union’s litigation team in Salim v. Mitchell,
"We like to say things that make us feel good about calling out the affect of racism without doing anything about the actual muscle of racism," Vann R. Newkirk II said.