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Portrait of Robert L. Scalise

Robert L. Scalise

Photograph by Gil Talbot

News

Scalise has been Nichols Family Director of Athletics for the past 18 years.

10.17.19

An image of a gate in Harvard Yard

    

Results from the second campus survey of sexual misconduct show that sexual assault and harassment remain serious problems at institutions of higher education nationwide.

10.15.19

Photo of Michelle Walsh and Benjamin Roy

Michelle Walsh and Benjamin Roy

Photograph courtesy of the Harvard Alumni Association

Honoring those who enrich the quality of life in their Houses

November-December 2019

Honoring outstanding alumni interviewers for the College

November-December 2019

The College’s admissions office does not discriminate against Asian-Americans, a federal judge ruled on October 1.

November-December 2019

Photograph of President Lawrence S. Bacow at Morning Prayers in Memorial Church

President Lawrence S. Bacow at Morning Prayers

Photograph by Rose Lincoln/Harvard Public Affairs and Communications

Opening-days messages focus on free speech and civil discourse within Harvard.

November-December 2019

The Boston Globe's front page on October 2, 2019, with the headline "Harvard's admissions upheld"

The College’s admissions office does not discriminate against Asian-Americans, a federal judge ruled October 1.  

10.2.19

Portrait of Faculty of Arts and Sciences dean Claudine Gay

Faculty of Arts and Sciences dean Claudine Gay

Photograph by Stephanie Mitchell/HPAC

Claudine Gay’s annual report to the faculty outlines broad goals—and challenging circumstances.

10.1.19

Supporters of affirmative action protest in Harvard Square. A poster reads, "Defend Diversity."

Supporters of affirmative action protested in Harvard Square the day before SFFA v. Harvard went to trial.

Photograph by Liu Jie/Xinhua/Alamy Live News

Harvard’s admissions policies do not discriminate against Asian-American applicants, a federal judge ruled today. 

10.1.19