Harvard Business School’s Chao Center, College admissions, endowment managers’ compensation, and more
National Academy scientists, Pulitzer Prize-winner, Radcliffe Fellows, and more
Adopting a College honor code, addressing e-mail privacy, moving from courses to credits, and more
Harvard reacts to sexual assaults with new policies and a task force to address issues of campus culture.
The student speeches, the awarding of degrees, the honorands—and an Aretha Franklin song
Sheryl Sandberg of Facebook and Lean In gave the Senior Class Day speech for 2014.
Faust tells seniors to act for a better human community.
The College’s new honor code prompts historical—and student—reflections on moral education.
Award recognizes extraordinary innovation in higher education
With early-action acceptances high, few chances for wait-listed applicants
Legislation on undergraduate academic integrity adopted
Harvard rethinks how it counts classwork, amid evolving definitions of courses and teaching.
Students spend their January term immersed in experiential learning.
Admissions rate 5.9 percent; term bill rises to $58,607
The task force recommends a University-wide, mission-focused policy.