Invoking history, activists call weeklong event the “lunch-counter moment for the twenty-first century.”
The new students, and the advent of the $60,000-plus term bill
After losing to Yale and defeating Brown, Harvard men’s basketball faces a one-game playoff.
An undergraduate concentration in “theater, dance, and media” comes into focus.
Implementing Harvard College’s honor code
Renovation will include a five-story addition to Gore Hall.
As early applications soar, 977 candidates are admitted to the class of 2019.
More disclosures about the study of attendance in Harvard courses
Will lead Harvard’s applied-sciences faculty during search
Michael George and Anna Hagen will study at Oxford and Cambridge, respectively.
Seniors Ruth Fong and Benjamin Sprung-Keyser win two or three years of study at Oxford.
At the Arts and Sciences meeting, objections to monitoring of students—and changes in health benefits
With the largest gift in the school’s history, and $14.5 million in hand, the undergraduate program will launch next fall.
Highlights from Dean Michael D. Smith’s annual report
Harvard College plans a theater, dance, and media concentration.