Boston Mayor, Mass. Colleges Protest Student Immigration Policy, International Students Wonder What's NextInternational students worry about a new immigration policy that could potentially cost them their visas while colleges protest the decision.
Maryland Sanitation Worker Accepted Into Harvard LawIt takes a lot to earn acceptance into Harvard Law School, but Rehan Staton’s story stands out, because of all the things that went wrong.
President Trump: Harvard 'Ought To Be Ashamed' For Holding Classes Online This FallTrump argued that some are keeping schools closed not because of the risks from the coronavirus pandemic but for political reasons.
International Students Must Leave U.S. If Classes Go Online, ICE SaysInternational students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall.
Harvard Will Allow Freshmen To Live On Campus For Fall Semester, But Classes Stay OnlineHarvard University announced its coronavirus plan for the fall semester.
Harvard Professor Charles Lieber Pleads Not Guilty To Hiding Ties To ChinaA Harvard University professor pleaded not guilty Tuesday to lying about his ties to a Chinese-run recruitment program.
Harvard University Drops Standardized Test Requirements For Class Of 2025 ApplicantsHarvard joins most of the rest of the Ivy League in making SAT and ACT test scores optional this year amid the coronavirus.
Defense: Harvard Professor Charles Lieber Charged In China Case Is 'Victim'He's accused of lying about his ties to a Chinese-run recruitment program.
Satellite Images Of Wuhan May Suggest Coronavirus Was Spreading As Early As AugustA Harvard Medical School study found a significantly higher number of cars in parking lots at five Wuhan hospitals in the late summer and fall of 2019.
Jeffrey Epstein Frequented Harvard, Had Own Office, Report FindsDisgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein visited Harvard University's campus more than 40 times after his 2008 sex crimes conviction and was given his own office, according to a review.
Harvard Agrees To Repay $1.3 Million For Federal Grant OverchargesHarvard University has agreed to pay more than $1.3 million to settle claims that a research team overcharged certain federal grants, federal prosecutors in Boston said.
Harvard Now Says It Won't Accept $8.6M In Stimulus Funds Amid Pressure From Trump AdministrationHarvard University now says it will not accept the $8.6 million in emergency funds allocated to it by the federal government.
Coronavirus Study: Social Distancing May Be Needed Until 2022 If There's No VaccineThis may be the new normal for quite a while.
Coronavirus Research: Harvard Study Connects Loss Of Smell With COVID-19The research looked at exactly how coronavirus affects cells in the nose.
To Fight The Coronavirus, Massachusetts Medical Schools Are Graduating Students EarlyThe four Massachusetts medical schools have agreed to Gov. Charlie Baker's request to graduate medical students early to help fight the coronavirus, the schools announced Thursday.