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Harvard, Yale and Stanford sue Donald Trump over his 'Muslim travel ban'
Harvard, Yale and Stanford are among 17 elite universities that have launched a legal challenge to Donald Trump's ban on refugees and citizens of seven Muslim-majority nations entering the US, saying it has “serious and chilling implications”.
How did 'less than stellar' high school student Jared Kushner get into Harvard?
It reported that New Jersey real estate developer Charles Kushner had pledged $2.5m to Harvard University not long before his son Jared was admitted to the prestigious Ivy League school, which at the time accepted about one of every nine applicants.
'There is no such thing as an average kid', says Harvard academic
Before Todd Rose became a Harvard professor, he was an educational failure: a high-school dropout working minimum wage jobs.
Harvard's prestigious debate team loses to New York prison inmates
Months after winning a national title, Harvard's debate team has fallen to a group of New York prison inmates. The showdown took place at the Eastern correctional facility in New York, a maximum-security prison where convicts can take courses taught by ...
Friday Focus: Harvard Scientists Unveil the 'Octobot'
The robot was developed using 3D printing and was inspired by the Octopus, giving it its shape and its name - the Octobot. Robert Wood, the Charles River Professor of Engineering and Applied Sciences, said: “One long-standing vision for the field of ...
Beyond Terminator: squishy 'octobot' heralds new era of soft robotics
Harvard makes good business sense for Sharapova
Now she is an outcast, banished for taking meldonium, a banned substance, for a magnesium deficiency, she said, and because of a family history of diabetes.
Off-court thanks to ban, Maria Sharapova now learns business at Harvard  Economic Times
Maria Sharapova is learning something new at Harvard Business School  Daily News & Analysis
Harvard's $36bn endowment to hire external managers
Narv Narvekar, who was poached from Columbia University last year to become chief executive of the endowment's management company, Harvard Management (HMC), said the university was not able to attract the talent or come up with the investing ideas ...
Harvard's Cash Cow Investment Fund Is Laying Off Half Its Staff  Fortune
Harvard endowment arm to overhaul investment process, cut staff  The Globe and Mail
FT Global MBA Ranking 2017: Analysis
Harvard Business School, London Business School (LBS) and MIT Sloan School of Management, three of the MBA ranking's longstanding heavyweights, all lost ground to their competitors.
Harvard finalises bond sale to reduce crisis-era debt burden
The decline in global interest rates today - fuelled by stimulus programmes under way by the European Central Bank and Bank of Japan - has spurred a reorientation by investors as more than $13tn of debt trades with a yield below zero.
Class of '91: Obama and Gorsuch rubbed shoulders at Harvard, but their paths split
There was disagreement over the fundamental politics of left versus right but also issues such as the lack of diversity among Harvard faculty, principles of affirmative action for student admission and lofty ideals of jurisprudence and whether the law ...
What Trump's Supreme Court Choice Might Mean for Higher Ed  Chronicle of Higher Education (subscription)
In Judge Neil Gorsuch, an Echo of Scalia in Philosophy and Style  New York Times