Admissions rate edges down slightly—in Cambridge and throughout the Ivy League.
Financial-aid budget rises 5.8 percent, to $182 million
Fallout continues from review of deans’ messages during academic-misconduct investigation.
Harvard administrators respond to allegations they secretly accessed teaching staff’s e-mail accounts.
The media entrepreneur and talk-show host will deliver the afternoon address on May 30.
The innovative life-sciences educator will continue to shape pedagogy in a new role.
Applications rise slightly more than 2 percent from last year.
Harvard leaders address College cheating investigation
Harvard news: Allston development, education dean departs, social investing, multimillion-dollar gifts to universities, and more
Harvard College imposes penalties severe following investigation of undergraduate academic misconduct
Three-quarters of students investigated were required to withdraw or placed on probation
More applicants seek, and are granted, early-action admissions decisions.
Zimbabwe winners boost Harvard’s 2013 scholars total to nine.
Seven Yale students, two each from Cornell and Stanford, and one from Brown also honored.
Glenn Hutchins ’77, J.D.-M.B.A. ’83, co-chair of FAS campaign, makes a $30-million gift.