Harvard

The Trump administration has decided to bar international students from staying in the U.S. if they take classes entirely online this fall, amid the pandemic.
"My entire experience in higher education has involved centering my professors’ and colleagues’ white comfort, often at the expense of my own mental wellness."
The Harvard alum said he was the school's first commencement speaker to be "standing on the spot where his dog urinated seven minutes ago."
Harvard Medical School’s Julia Marcus advocated a harm-reduction approach during a CNN town hall on the pandemic.
Everything Summers touches turns to ruin.
Stanford, Princeton and Yale universities said they too will reject millions of dollars in federal funding amid growing scrutiny of wealthy colleges.
The emergency relief fund that was touted as a small business loan program has given millions of dollars to chain restaurants and big businesses.
The school has a massive $41 billion endowment, the largest of any university in the world.
"The pandemic is only just getting started," warned William Hanage, a professor of epidemiology and infectious diseases at Harvard.
In response to the coronavirus, Harvard University gave students less than a week to clear campus and finish the semester online. But for first-generation, low-income or marginalized students, the university’s decision put them in a different kind of danger.