UC Finance Committee Recommends Legislation to Ban Funding for HCFA

The Undergraduate Council’s finance committee voted to recommend legislation that would bar religious group Harvard College Faith and Action from all Council funding.

Faculty Talk Elimination of Shopping Week

There is no official proposal to kill shopping week and implement pre-registration on the table, but Khurana said he is interested in further studying the matter.

Faust Joins 48 Higher Ed Leaders Seeking Endowment Tax Repeal

President Faust joined 48 other university leaders in penning a letter to congressional leaders Wednesday to object to the recently passed endowment returns tax.

In Wake of Dominguez Allegations, Harvard Asks Affiliates to Come Forward

Harvard is asking affiliates who have experienced “inappropriate behavior” to come forward after new sexual misconduct allegations against Gov. Professor Dominguez.

Students Voice Concern, Frustration After Dominguez Harassment Accusations At Forum

The meeting followed reports that Government Professor Jorge I. Dominguez had sexually harassed at least 10 women across the past 30 years.

Gov Prof Dominguez to Retire Following Harassment Allegations

Professor Dominguez will retire from his teaching job at the end of the semester and is immediately resigning from his administrative roles after at least 18 women publicly accused him of sexual harassment.

Faculty to Discuss Adding Sanctions to Handbook

The Faculty of Arts and Science will discuss the addition of the College’s controversial social group policy to the student handbook at their monthly meeting this Tuesday.

The March 5 DACA Deadline, Explained

The March 5 deadline has served as a call to Congress to pass protections for undocumented individuals in the United States—but it is now essentially irrelevant. If you're wondering what that means, read this.


EPS Department Adds New Junior Faculty

​Several new junior faculty members have recently joined the Earth and Planetary Sciences Department, according to Department Chair John H. Shaw.


Mass. Secretary Urges MassDOT to Further West Station Analysis

​Mass. Secretary Matthew A. Beaton called for further review by the Department of Transportation’s recent evaluation of Allston’s West Station.


CS50 Changes Cheating Reporting, Adds ‘Academic Integrity Fellow’

​Staff for CS50 have changed the way they report academic dishonesty cases to the Honor Council roughly a year after a wave of cheating swept the class.


Gawande Speaks on Addictiveness of Opioids at IOP: 'I Had No Idea'

​Atul A. Gawande spoke candidly about the opioid epidemic at an event on public health issues at the JFK Forum at the Institute of Politics on Wednesday evening.


Faculty, Students Hold Prison Education Reform Event

Attendees demanded Harvard implement a degree-granting program for incarcerated people and lower barriers to the admission of individuals with criminal records.


Gov Grad Students Send Letter Demanding More Action on Dominguez


Gov Dept Forms Committee to Investigate Climate Post-Dominguez


In a Return to Historical Rates, GSAS Increases Ph.D. Stipends by 3 Percent


Martin, Montagne Win HKS Goldsmith Prize


House Committees Prepare to Welcome Freshmen Ahead of Housing Day

Undergraduate Council

Within and Without, UC Struggles for Student Engagement

In last November’s Undergraduate Council presidential election, the UC saw its lowest voter turnout since it began popularly electing its leadership in 1996.

University Finances

Harvard Money Manager Departs

Melinda Barber, a managing director at Harvard Management Company—the University’s investment arm—will leave Harvard, Bloomberg reported Tuesday.

Harvard in the City

Short-Term Rentals May Have Helped Continuum Reach Capacity

Short-term renting may be the reason why a luxury residential complex in Allston has reached full capacity, according to a local real estate agent.

Harvard Law School

At Law Forum, Experts Discuss Worker Co-ops as Economic Model

​Worker co-ops are a viable alternative to corporate capitalism, yet they are rarely discussed, speakers argued at a Harvard Law Forum Wednesday.

Radcliffe Institute

Hillary Clinton to Receive Radcliffe Medal

​Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary R. Clinton will receive the Radcliffe Medal on May 25, the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study announced in a press release Thursday.


Zuckerberg, Chan Donate $30 Million to Ed. School Initiative


Education Researcher Stresses Importance of Teacher Quality at HGSE


Harvard Addresses Allstonians’ Development Concerns


Unnamed Assailant Robs Harvard Alum Near Sever Hall


Faculty Vote to Include Sanctions in Handbook