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Organizers against the suit say removing the consideration of race would threaten diversity at the school and endanger gains made by Affirmative Action.
A wave of women are speaking up, among them a 1984 graduate of Mount Holyoke College alleging sexual misconduct by a former professor.
The research is clear: not sleeping is dangerous. For many, though, it's still elusive. That's why Harvard University sleep expert Dr. Charles Czeisler unveiled an online sleep class for all...
The lawsuit against Harvard University over the school's admission practices has also shed light on how the school favors children of Harvard alumni.
The medal is awarded to individuals distinguished in “their contributions to African and African American culture and the life of the mind.”
A person placed a call to the university's tip line in September to report a "very agitated" black man walking into an administration building. Police closed the building down and...
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston is expanding an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations at one seminary to all three of its seminaries.
A tentative contract provides raises from 12 to 19 percent over the next four years for graduate workers in Tufts' School of Arts and Sciences.
We talk with two minority Harvard students to get a sense of how this developing story is affecting life on campus and where students stand on the issues at play.
French comedian Gad Elmaleh stars in this episode about one little armadillo who doesn't let anyone discourage him from following his dreams. This lively Bolivian folktale tells the origin story...
The nonprofit Students for Fair Admissions filed the lawsuit in 2014. It says that while Asian-Americans have the best academic records, they have the lowest admission rate among any race...
Many Ole Miss professors have said the University should rename its journalism school after Ida B. Wells-Barnett, the famous African-American investigative journalist who crusaded against lynching.
Bacow was previously a member of the Harvard Corporation and also served as president of Tufts University from 2001 to 2011.
Community members marched to support 6-year-old Cristopher Chavarria of Revere, who was diagnosed with leukemia earlier this year.
Schools are taking a hard look at how they may have permitted a culture of drinking and sexual misconduct. But some say there's still a ways to go.
Finkelstein is one of 25 recipients of the prestigious award known more commonly as a MacArthur "genius" grant.
I'm grateful for the therapies that allow us to provide better care for our patients, writes Dr. Katherine McKenzie, but I also realize that these advances have unintended consequences.
Meaningful change will require courage from individuals as well as structural solutions from our institutions, writes Emerson College president Lee Pelton.
College drinking culture today. Students talk about their habits and attitudes around alcohol.