Case is similar to the one filed against the Harvard Club of Boston that was recently settled for $4 million.
The former Quincy House master concludes a 44-year Harvard career.
A papyrus fragment interpreted by Hollis professor Karen L. King quotes Jesus speaking of “my wife.”
Two top chefs combine molecular techniques with traditional Catalan cuisine.
Early reports may preview more subdued Harvard investment returns
Agenda for an important academic year
A Harvard-run NGO develops a new generation of post-Soviet leaders.
A Harvard tradition of passing colors down from graduating seniors to rising sophomores is revived.
The Harvard College class of 2016 celebrates convocation with addresses by deans and President Drew Faust
President Faust welcomes new Pusey Minister Jonathan L. Walton to Harvard’s Memorial Church.
More than 100 undergraduates are under investigation for exam collaboration or plagiarism.
New curator brings in-gallery teaching experience to American art collection
Following animal deaths and government investigations, Dean Jeffrey S. Flier endorses recommendations for New England Primate Research Center
“Political dysfunction may well be an important part of the problem.” David A. Moss, McLean professor of business administration and founder of the Tobin Project
“A country can become complacent about its assets.” Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Arbuckle professor of business administration, in HBS’s general management unit, and chair and director of the Harvard University Advanced Leadership Initiative