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Harvard University

News about Harvard University. Commentary and archival information about Harvard University from The New York Times.

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How Harvard’s Hypocrisy Could Hurt Your Union
When it comes to labor rights, universities have been more than willing to partner with the forces they condemn.

Harvard Agrees to Turn Over Records Amid Discrimination Inquiry
The university agreed to turn over confidential documents to the Justice Department, which is investigating whether it has discriminated against Asian-American applicants.

Document Fight Slows Inquiry of Affirmative Action at Harvard
The Trump administration, in a letter last week, threatened to sue the university to force it to turn over student and applicant records.

He Took On the Voting Rights Act and Won. Now He’s Taking On Harvard.
Edward Blum has orchestrated more than two dozen lawsuits challenging racial preference laws.

David Rockefeller’s Thoughtful Path to Philanthropy
The distribution of Rockefeller’s multimillion fortune is underway and there are lessons to be learned about giving, even for the less wealthy.

An Acclaimed Biographer Takes On Her Grandfather, the Atomic Scientist James B. Conant
Jennet Conant’s “Man of the Hour” explores the life of James B. Conant, Cold Warrior scientist and administrator of the Manhattan Project.

Maisie Allison, John Owen
The couple met at The Harvard Lampoon, which is also where the groom’s parents met.

Swelling College Endowments Tempt Lawmakers Looking for Tax Dollars
House Republicans are proposing a 1.4 percent tax on wealthier colleges’ investment income to help pay for broad cuts.

What Colleges Want in an Applicant (Everything)
The admissions process is a maddening mishmash of competing objectives, and an attempt to measure the unmeasurable: you. No, it isn’t fair, and likely never will be.

One Simple Signal Sets Off a Complicated Frog Journey
Poison frogs in a South American rain forest carry tadpoles to water. But the males aren’t choosy about whose tadpoles they transport.