Harvard Management Company issues its first report on the “net-zero” greenhouse-gas emissions goal.
As expected, the anti-affirmative-action advocate appeals after losing in lower court rounds.
A Harvard grandmother’s—and grandson’s—research
President Bacow joins a chorus of leaders calling for comprehensive immigration reform.
A fourth consecutive season is shuttered.
Tishman Speyer details the first phase of the “enterprise research campus”—and points to a doubling of the project’s ultimate size.
Photographer Morgan Smith ’60 documents life on the precarious precipice between Mexico and the United States.
A searing conclusion about sexual harassment on campus
Author Isabel Wilkerson kicks off a Harvard speaker series on storytelling and public health.
President Bacow speaks out on U.S. political conditions—and universities’ rightful role.