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Harvard University Wants To Raise $6.5 Billion

  On Saturday, Harvard University announced its largest-ever fundraising goal of $6.5 billion in order to support the school’s ambitious academic initiatives. Known as “The […]

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Harvard Crimson Reposts Dukakis Story After Being Called Out

Former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis recently made an appearance at the Kirkland House at Harvard University, alongside his wife, Katharine, who spoke candidly about her […]

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Rankings Split on Which School Is Better: MIT or Harvard University

Two separate university rankings that came out Tuesday have differing reports on where two Massachusetts universities fall on the list. In the coveted U.S. News & […]

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The Seven Biggest Revelations In the NYTimes Opus On Harvard Business School

Yesterday’s page one story in The New York Times was an epic glimpse inside the annals of one of Boston’s most powerful institutions: Harvard Business […]

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The John Connolly Education Paradox

Over the last couple years, it’s been mystifying how Harvard has all but become a dirty word in politics. During his presidential campaign, Mitt Romney, owner […]

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Divine Intervention

Tim DeChristopher, ‘America’s most creative climate criminal,’ starts at Harvard this fall.

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Why Are People From Harvard Obsessed With ‘Sprayable’ Caffeine Products?

When it comes to waking up and staying alert, people often look for a quick fix to get the job done—5-Hour Energy, caffeine strips, and, […]

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College Football Players at Risk for High Blood Pressure

College football players may be at risk for high blood pressure just like the pros, according to a new study conducted by Massachusetts General Hospital […]

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Harvard Finds Evidence of a Colonial Boycott Hiding in Plain Sight

On October 28, 1767, Bostonians gathered at Faneuil Hall to discuss the Townshend Acts, a series of new taxes passed by the British Parliament, and decided they […]

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Harvard Welcomes Oprah Winfreeeeeey!

Update: Well Oprah didn’t say “You get a degree! And you get a degree!” but she did open with “Oh my goodness, I’m at Har-VAAAARD!” […]

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It’s Not Just Money That Sends Harvard Grads Into Finance

What does it mean that Harvard graduates are once again flocking to jobs in the financial industry? A survey of the class of 2013 in […]

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Harvard Dean Responsible for Email Searches Steps Down

Evelynn Hammonds, the dean of Harvard College who apologized for searches of administrator emails earlier this year that created conflict with the faculty, is stepping […]

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Harvard Scholar Working With Hollywood to Curb Distracted Driving

Wagging a finger at drivers and telling them that texting while behind the wheel could lead to them killing someone in a collision isn’t enough […]

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Q&A: A Real Harvard Dante Scholar Talks Dan Brown’s New Book

With the release of Inferno this month, author Dan Brown returned us to the world of fictional Harvard art history professor Robert Langdon. The book opens on Langdon awakening […]

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Harvard Basketball

In March, three years after sending Jeremy Lin to the NBA, the Crimson won a game in the NCAA tournament—a first for Harvard—when they beat […]