The new protocols will take into account a candidate’s “values” and his or her potential for engaging with the school. If a possible fellow proves divisive, the dean will convene a group to review the candidate.
Forty Harvard Law School professors signed a New York Times editorial arguing the Senate should not confirm Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Law School Dean John F. Manning '82 did not sign the letter.
More than 700 Harvard students and affiliates have signed a petition calling for the Harvard-Yale tailgate to be held in the athletics complex in the hours before The Game on Nov. 17, and not in a proposed space near Fenway Park.
The Kennedy School's fall Institute of Politics fellows took the stage at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum Thursday to offer a shared conviction — that, under the Trump administration, America has strayed into a political Twilight Zone.