Allston Plans in the News

The only certainty within the framework of Harvard’s existing Allston campus plans is the construction of a four-building science complex...

The Boston Globe reported on December 12 (link) that Harvard is rethinking earlier plans to move the Graduate School of Education and the School of Public Health to Allston as part of its campus-building efforts there. According to the article, the only certainty within the framework of Harvard’s existing Allston campus plans is the construction of a four-building science complex (see “An Allston Metamorphosis”), for which site work has already begun.

Asked for comment, President Drew Faust's office provided a statement: President Faust affirms commitment to Allston

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