From 1958 to 1992, Tommy’s Lunch served greasy late-night food to generations of Harvard students. The restaurant’s sudden closure in Nov. 1992 shocked loyal customers and fellow Square merchants.
Harvard owns 7,500 acres of vineyards in Cuyama Valley, California. Water scarcity threatens the future of agriculture in the region.
This could be bad news for organizations that depend heavily on donations—including institutions of higher education like Harvard.
Melinda Barber, a managing director at Harvard Management Company—the University’s investment arm—will leave Harvard, Bloomberg reported Tuesday.
Hidden in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed last year is a change in the way taxes are calculated for nonprofits that could lead to increased expenses for Harvard.
Both a major investor and an educational institution, Harvard seeks to strike a difficult balance between considering ethical responsibilities while remaining apolitical.
Harvard Management Corporation's real estate team will now be housed at Boston private equity firm Bain Capital.
Harvard’s endowment returns fell three points below the national average for college and university endowments in fiscal year 2017.
Harvard Management Company sold its majority stake in a portfolio of properties scattered around New York City to Blackstone Group for nearly $244 million.
Harvard’s more than 5,000 cows are about to change hands.
Harvard students reacted with a mixture of joy and disappointment to a string of Democratic victories in New Jersey and Virginia after elections on Tuesday.
Freshmen making their way to Annenberg on Wednesday morning passed by a mountain of trash including greasy pizza boxes, rotting food, and crumpled red cups.
In the battle for the hungry stomachs of Harvard undergraduates, pizza chain Papa John’s recently employed deals to gain a greater share of an already competitive market.
Sheets dyed with fake blood hang from fishing wire divide the room, cobweb-covered exam practice books sit on a desk, and spooky sound effects play in the background.
Paul L. Hoffman and Lawrence S. Lustberg played major roles on the American Civil Liberties Union’s litigation team in Salim v. Mitchell,