A first-year report on HarvardX and edX, the online-education partnership with MIT
The two-day W50 summit focused on closing the gender gap.
The TED conference creator will address degree candidates on Class Day.
Fallout from cheating investigation widens as additional reviews of a resident dean’s accounts are reported to the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
Admissions rate edges down slightly—in Cambridge and throughout the Ivy League.
The House I Live In examines the link between American drug laws and poverty.
Financial-aid budget rises 5.8 percent, to $182 million
The former New York Times columnist and author defended and celebrated the First Amendment.
BRA unanimously approves Harvard’s plan.
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 Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers will put a proposal to increase wages before members on April 2.
The media entrepreneur and talk-show host will deliver the afternoon address on May 30.
World experts team up for a two-day conference on tobacco control in developing countries.
The administrative and faculty leaders reflect the multidisciplinary breadth of edX and HarvardX.