Harvard Business School issues sober survey on U.S. competitiveness.
The former Massachusetts chief justice will serve as senior counsel for Choate, Hall & Stewart.
A New York Times story asks how the experience shaped the presidential candidate.
The economics professor has investigated flaws in the financial markets.
With most tents removed, the University and Occupy Harvard participants negotiate reopening the Yard.
Manuscript, sold for $1.1 million, leaves England; magazine complements books in Harvard collection.
A foreign-policy pundit at Commencement, Rhodes and Marshall Scholars, stem-cell center, the Fogg under wraps, and more
A $40-million gift jump-starts a University initiative to adapt learning and teaching to twenty-first-century opportunities and challenges.
Harvard’s largest faculty narrows its deficit, but faces continuing financial challenges.
The University, still adjusting to the financial crisis, incurs a $130-million deficit and pursues both savings and new revenues.
A new University center for innovation and entrepreneurship
The 375th anniversary celebration was wet and muddy, but full of youthful spirit.
As early action resumes, 4,231 applied to College class of 2016.
The longtime Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra conductor’s life was celebrated by his former students, his colleagues, and his family.
Joe Restic was head coach for 23 seasons.