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More Private University Chiefs Top $2M As Pay Keeps ClimbingBoston University President Robert Brown was in the top 10 highest paid private university presidents in the country in 2015.
Harvard Poll Says Millennials Pessimistic About Country's FutureTwo-thirds of millennials have more fear than hope about country's future.
Chelsea Manning Meets Off Campus With Harvard StudentsChelsea Manning has met off campus with several Harvard University student groups after the school reversed its decision to name her a visiting fellow.
Freshman Harvard Football Player Suffers Serious Neck Injury In First GameA Harvard University freshman football player regained some feeling in his arms and legs nearly two weeks after he suffered a serious neck injury in the team’s season-opening game.
Barack Obama Says Dropping Malia Off At Harvard Was Like 'Open-Heart Surgery'We're learning just how much last month's goodbye in Cambridge meant to him.
Harvard Student Groups: Reinstate Chelsea ManningTwelve Harvard University student groups are condemning the school's reversal of a decision to name Chelsea Manning a visiting fellow.
Former President Obama Spotted With Daughter Malia At Harvard Move-InStudents were moving into Harvard this week, including Malia Obama, who was accompanied by her father.
Study Finds Half Of Workers Find Jobs TaxingA new study says the workplace can be physically and emotionally taxing.
Harvard Pulls 10 Acceptances Because Of Obscene Online Posts, Report SaysHarvard has reportedly revoked the admissions of at least ten incoming students because of some obscene messages sent on Facebook.
I-Team: No Deal For Harvard Law Administrator Accused Of Theft From Disabilities FundA former Harvard Law administrator accused of stealing from an account intended for students with disabilities showed up with a restitution check in hand at Cambridge District Court on Friday, hoping to put an embarrassing scandal behind her.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Urges Harvard Grads To Build World Of 'Purpose'Facebook's CEO returned to Harvard Thursday, telling graduates that it is up to their generation to create a purpose for today's world, to care about others, to fight inequality and strengthen the global community.
Chocolate Might Lower Risk Of Irregular Heartbeat, Study FindsHere's an excuse to include chocolate in your diet.

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