Brandon J. Dixon

Harvard defends race-conscious admissions policies against lawsuit

New filings in a lawsuit against Harvard over admissions allege discrimination against Asian-Americans.

Remembering 1969 at Harvard

An exhibit on Harvard in 1969 opens at Pusey Library this fall.

Zora Neale Hurston’s Barracoon in the Spotlight

Fresh efforts to understand the writer’s history and craft

Harvard’s Global Health Delivery Intensive

A Harvard summer program provides a “lexicon” for healthcare professionals.

Lives Glimpsed through Passports

Houghton exhibit documents “the dream of a globalized world.”

Graduate Student Union Considers Agenda

The HGSU-UAW prepares for fall negotiations.

Harvardians May Make Donald Trump’s Supreme Court Shortlist

Edward Mansfield, Robert Young are up for consideration.

Gender Studies Appoints Robert Reid-Pharr to Professorship

The CUNY scholar will become the first senior faculty hire for the program, which has added new members in recent years.

“This Entire Campus Belongs to You”

Harvard begins a program to acclimate freshmen from “historically marginalized communities.”

A New Front in the Battle Over Affirmative Action

In admissions lawsuit, a test for affirmative action at Harvard and in higher education

Court Filings Allege Discrimination Against Asian-Americans in Admissions

Motions for summary judgment outline plaintiff’s allegation of discrimination, and Harvard’s defense of its admissions program.