Gehry is the first architect to earn the distinction.
At the Hutchins Center, a new gallery opens with an exhibit exploring life in African cities.
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.
At the Arts and Sciences meeting, objections to monitoring of students—and changes in health benefits
A Kennedy School working paper shows that losing elections can take a big toll on partisan voters’ happiness.
With the largest gift in the school’s history, and $14.5 million in hand, the undergraduate program will launch next fall.