The Homeland actress was at the center of the annual Hasty Pudding parade.
A 2 percent decline follows years of growth.
The nation’s oldest undergraduate drama troupe picks its Man and Woman of the Year.
Library leaders tell staff that restructuring will require smaller workforce.
Two past contestants from the TV show The Biggest Loser spoke at Harvard about their experiences and to give advice on weight loss.
The president stresses the importance of a liberal-arts education at the University of Mumbai.
Citing safety hazards, the movement’s weather-proof dome is dismantled.
Study finds good teaching leads to lower teenage-pregnancy rates and greater college matriculation.
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