Harvard and several University employees filed motions last month denying culpability or requesting dismissal in a wrongful death lawsuit alleging they were negligent in their care of Luke Z. Tang '18, an undergraduate who died by suicide in September 2015.
The repeat vandalism of a sign for a gender-neutral bathroom in Adams House sparked allegations of transphobia and prompted house administrators to email residents condemning the act.
Fahedur Fahed '22 is a student who attended Cambridge Rindge and Latin.
While some college students tanned on tropical beaches or raced down ski slopes, students who stayed at Harvard during winter break faced sparse social programming and Harvard University Health Services closures.
A study on leaves of absence at Ivy League colleges released this month gave Harvard’s procedures a failing grade, critiquing policies that mandate a minimum length for leaves and set a strict deadline for applications to return.
Experts and lawyers say a pair of lawsuits challenging Harvard’s sanctions could prompt a protracted — and pricey — legal battle in the months or years ahead.
Harvard College invited 935 of 6,958 early applicants to join its Class of 2023 Thursday, marking a 13.4 percent acceptance rate and making the 2018 early cycle likely the most competitive in school history.
Continuing a long-held Primal Scream tradition, members of the Harvard University Band — scantily clad themselves — played tunes as naked students ran a lap around Harvard Yard on the eve of finals week.
One member of the Harvard Band mounted the John Harvard statue to direct his peers during the fall 2018 iteration of Primal Scream.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joins a rally to call on the IOP to include environmental justice programming during Harvard's Bipartisan Program for Newly Elected Members of Congress.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joins a rally during Harvard's Bipartisan Program for Newly Elected Members of Congress to call attention to climate change and environmental justice.
The pair of lawsuits challenging Harvard’s sanctions rely on unusual and in some cases far-fetched legal arguments — but it is too early to know whether the complaints will be successful, experts say.
The complaint accuses each of the defendants of “negligence and carelessness” that resulted in the student's death and argues the defendants are responsible for damages of at least $20 million.
Two top lawyers who defended Harvard in the recently concluded admissions trial discussed the case with students in an off-the-record meeting Wednesday. Members of the press were not allowed to attend.
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