Laurence Tribe also described Trump as “essentially an anti-president.”
Laurence Tribe dissected the latest Ukraine scandal news and warned that the U.S. is "in real danger."
The judge ruled in the university's favor in a lawsuit alleging the school is biased against Asian Americans by considering race in its admissions process.
Laurence Tribe said America has elected a president who "seems to know no bounds."
“In dealing with Bibi, it’s always useful to carry a healthy amount of skepticism," the former secretary of state said in a talk at Harvard.
HuffPost and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health hosted a discussion on how universities can better support students of color.
A reporter owns up to writing the "misworded" post that described an act of sexual misconduct as seemingly "harmless fun."
U.S. immigration officials had questioned Ismail B. Ajjawi about his friends' social media posts.
The 17-year-old Palestinian student had flown into the country to begin his freshman year at Harvard.
The Democratic frontrunner's foot-in-mouth moments are piling up.
The suit takes issue with how Harvard's legal journal chooses student editors, but didn't provide sufficient facts, the judge said.
Genetics professor George M. Church blamed "nerd tunnel vision" and not realizing the extent of Epstein's crimes.
Snyder's administration was blamed for the Flint water crisis, but the Kennedy School honored him with a teaching position.
Harvard is facing fury for handing a fellowship to Snyder, whose cellphone was recently seized in a criminal probe of the drinking water catastrophe.
Kahlil Greene said he pursued the top position at his university to "amplify the voices of the underserved communities on campus.”
Laurence Tribe used a blistering tweet to accuse the Republican Senate majority leader of hypocrisy over his plans to fill any Supreme Court vacancy next year.
The German chancellor criticized “walls” throughout her Harvard University commencement address, a swipe at the president's anti-immigration rhetoric.
The student's experience sparked dozens of activists to organize a sit-in calling for better Title IX protections.
The Black Law Students Association defended Ronald Sullivan's decision and said the school’s response was characterized by “racist undertones.”