Crimson staff writer
Cara J. Chang
Crimson staff writer Cara J. Chang can be reached at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @CaraChang20.
Alan M. Garber ’76 has the resumé of a Harvard president: More than a decade as the University's top academic officer, the founder of two medical research centers at Stanford, and a trio of graduate degrees.
University President Lawrence S. Bacow sits at the head of Harvard’s sprawling administration, but he has stepped back from one key initiative: the search for his successor.
An EdTech Company Bought edX from Harvard and MIT for $800 Million. Its Stock Price Has Plummeted Since.
2U Inc., the education technology firm that bought edX from Harvard and MIT for $800 million in 2021, has seen the price of its shares plummet by more than 86 percent and cut 20 percent of its budgeted personnel costs since the sale was announced.
Harvard's “Disability as Diversity” celebration took place in Science Center Plaza.
Black Roses — fans of the band — holding up signs and cheering the band members on.
Keyboardist Park Dojoon provides backing vocals.
Electric guitarist, Kim Woosung, shines in the spotlight as fans cheer him on.
The Rose, a South Korean pop-rock band, performed at Boston's Roadrunner.
The band takes a bow at the end of a successful concert.
Chen Chen reads from “Your Emergency Contact Has Experienced An Emergency" at the Grolier Poetry Book Shop.
Dozens of Harvard faculty members and student and alumni organizations signed onto a letter last week urging the committee searching for the school’s 30th president to select a “climate champion” as the University’s next leader.
The Trans Community Day event provided a space for trans and gender-nonconforming members of the community, as well as a workshop on allyship for students.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Laverne Cox to be Awarded Harvard’s Highest Honor for African and African American Studies
Seven individuals — including basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and actress Laverne Cox — will be awarded the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal.
Descendants Call for Immediate Return of Human Remains in Harvard Museum Collections, Criticize University Report
Harvard agreed to return the remains of 19 likely enslaved individuals to their descendants in a report published last week. But some descendants of enslaved individuals and Native American scholars voiced concerns about Harvard’s lack of specificity on repatriation timelines.
Harvard on Thursday unveiled an 18-member student advisory group that will counsel the search committee tasked with selecting the University’s 30th president.
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions
What the Hell Happened: BTS to Enlist In Military to Fulfill Mandatory Service Obligation
Jazz Musician Esperanza Spalding to Depart Harvard
Harvard Remembers Tommy Raskin, an ‘Extraordinary Young Person’ with a ‘Perfect Heart' And ‘Dazzling Radiant Mind'
Society Thinks Black Girls are Ugly