SEAS has implemented a number of diversity and inclusion measures following a survey that found more than a quarter of respondents have experienced harassment or discrimination.
The $1.1 billion project — which may not begin for a few years and may take up to eight years to complete — will lower the Mass. Turnpike to ground level in Allston and elevate Soldiers Field Road along the Charles River onto a new viaduct above the highway.
Nada Amin will join the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences’ Computer Science faculty this fall as an associate, the school announced Tuesday.
On Nov. 8, two major wind-driven wildfires began to ravage cities in California, worrying undergraduates from throughout the state as they watched the unpredictable firestorm.
Leverett House staff and the Dean of Students Office are currently investigating “deeply disturbing and offensive images” drawn on a House public whiteboard.
The Undergrad Union of Mixed Students received official recognition from the UC earlier this month as the first group on campus for all mixed race students.
Harvard faculty say they hope they can use their platform and expertise to support staff and students directly affected by immigration issues.
Throughout his 14 years at Dunster, John Pomeroy was a fixture of the House. He was a jokester, a storyteller, and a true friend to all who stepped into his office.
A number of students expressed frustration and disappointment at Kavanaugh’s confirmation, while several stated the news was a “shock but not a surprise.”
A coalition of faculty, staff, and students aiming to protect Harvard’s undocumented population met with University President Lawrence S. Bacow Wednesday to discuss their goals with the new president.
Since Florence made landfall, there have been at least 43 confirmed deaths, flooding as high as 30 inches, and possible contamination of rivers due to flood damage to a dam in North Carolina.
A group of faculty, students, and staff will meet with President Bacow to discuss the Trump administration’s controversial policies on immigration.
Ninety-five incoming Harvard first-years arrived on campus early to participate in the new pre-orientation program.
Students want to make the Kennedy School a more welcoming place for minorities—a priority some say gets lost in administrators’ push for ideological diversity.
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