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Experts: Harvard, Yale Probes Signal Future Federal Attacks On Affirmative Action
The parallel probes, experts say, show the Trump administration is preparing to launch future attacks against affirmative action programs at universities across the country.
Bacow Begins Working in Massachusetts Hall as Renovation Nears Completion
The summer renovation of Massachusetts Hall prevented University President Lawrence S. Bacow from immediately taking his rightful seat in the ancestral workspace of Harvard presidents past.
Stanford Will Stop Reporting Its Acceptance Rate. Harvard Won't. It May Not Matter
Stanford University, arguably the most selective institution of higher education in the United States, will no longer report its acceptance rate starting fall 2018. Experts say it probably won't make a difference.
A Look Inside the Smith Campus Center, Harvard's New 'Living Room'
When visitors enter the newly opened Smith Campus Center, they'll walk past green, plant-covered walls before grabbing a cup of coffee and finding a comfy seat.
With Sunflowers and Snacks, Smith Center Opens Its Doors
Harvard affiliates and visitors crowded the Smith Campus Center for its public opening Tuesday. “Seeing all the plants and greenery inside of here feels like home,” said one student.
Harvard Square Icon J. Press to Close Cambridge Store
Historic men’s clothing boutique J. Press — a Harvard Square fixture for 86 years — is closing its Mt. Auburn St. store at the end of August, citing increasing rents in the past several years.
Kavanaugh’s Nomination May Jeopardize Affirmative Action, Experts Say
If Kavanaugh is confirmed, he will replace retiring Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, who is known for being the Supreme Court’s “swing vote.”
An Inflection Point: High Stakes as Harvard Admissions Trial Approaches
Now several years into legal proceedings, much remains at stake as a lawsuit over Harvard's admissions policies advances.
Tensions and Tenure: Elizabeth Warren at the Law School
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth A. Warren came up for tenure at Harvard Law School in 1993, and her review proved a flashpoint in the ongoing discussion about gender at the school.
Despite Nationwide Recall, HUDS Romaine Lettuce Not Affected
While the affected lettuce comes from Yuma, Arizona, HUDS sources its lettuce from Salinas, Calif., a region unaffected by E. coli.