Harvard's 1st Female President Stepping Down After 11 YearsNearly a decade after she became Harvard University's first female president, Drew Faust is making plans to step down.
Keller @ Large: Imagine If People Knew When To Shut UpWe live in a time where people are ready and willing to debate absolutely anything, no matter how trivial.
Man Found Dead Inside Harvard Dental School LabA hazmat team was called in after a man was found dead inside the Harvard School of Dental Medicine in the Longwood area of Boston.
Mark Zuckerberg To Give Harvard University Commencement SpeechThe Facebook CEO is headed back to Harvard, but this time he'll be giving the commencement speech.
Actress Viola Davis Awarded Harvard's 'Artist Of The Year'Fresh from her best supporting actress Oscar win for her role in "Fences," Viola Davis is at Harvard University to receive the 2017 Artist of the Year Award from the Harvard Foundation.
Rihanna 'Incredibly Humbled' By Harvard Humanitarian AwardRihanna was honored Tuesday as Harvard's "Humanitarian of the Year" for her charitable efforts, which began at age 18 with her "Believe Foundation" to help terminally ill kids.
Harvard Medical Students Protesting Dana-Farber Fundraiser At Trump ResortHarvard Medical School students and faculty are protesting an upcoming fundraiser at President Donald Trump's Florida resort.
Patriots Cheerleader Spends Days Studying Gene EditingPatriots cheerleader Theresa Oei is doing her job on and off the field.
Harvard Soccer Players Apologize For Comments That Led To Team's SuspensionThe Harvard men's soccer team has apologized for sexual comments made about members of the women's soccer team that led the Ivy League school to suspend the men's team for the rest of the season.
Harvard's Dining Workers End Strike After Demands MetHarvard University's cafeteria workers are ending their strike after agreeing to a new labor contract.
Harvard, MIT Economists Share Nobel Prize For Contract TheoryBritish-born Oliver Hart and Bengt Holmstrom of Finland won the Nobel prize in economics for shedding light on how contracts help people deal with conflicting interests, from CEO pay packages to whether to privatize a public service.
Harvard University Dining Hall Workers Go On StrikeDining hall workers at Harvard University have gone on strike over wages and health care benefits.