Undergraduates contribute to a new book on grass-roots organizing at the center of American politics.
A brief look at a Harvard Law School professor's long journey
From left: Co-panelists Nienke Grossman '99, J.D.'04, Terry Karl, Suzanna Challen, Ph.D.'11, Charna Sherman '80, Sejal Singh, and Debra Katz Photograph by Harvard Magazine/LG
Accusers of former Harvard government professor Jorge Domínguez speak out about their experiences.
The College has admitted 13.9 percent of early-action applicants to the class of 2024, up slightly from 13.4 percent admitted from that pool last year.
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The president announces a $5-million initiative.
Alumni share their moving stories through the first interest-group “class report.”
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Outgoing athletics director Bob Scalise on recruitment, sports and society, and the educational role of sports
Results from the second campus survey of sexual misconduct show that sexual assault and harassment remain serious problems at institutions of higher education nationwide.