President Faust fills one of her senior vacancies.
Invoking history, activists call weeklong event the “lunch-counter moment for the twenty-first century.”
The University responds to faculty criticism of health-insurance changes.
From the capital campaign to strategic priorities: a Harvard Corporation perspective on the institution at year-end
President Faust defends benefits changes to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences—and offers some concessions.
Mining Harvard’s fiscal year 2014 report for nuggets on employee benefits, financial aid, and more
Arts and Sciences professors condemn and vote against changes in health benefits.
In a private meeting with University leaders and a public forum, faculty group pushes for divestment.
Stephen Blyth succeeds Jane L. Mendillo at Harvard Management Company.
After a 15.4 percent investment return, the losses sustained in the 2008 financial crisis are nearly recouped.
A robust first year of public fundraising
Further faculty-administration communications—and actions on other campuses
The University asks employees to assume more of their health care costs.
How have Harvard’s investments fared?
Harvard Management Company’s president steps down, as the endowment faces new challenges.