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There was a time when black students were not allowed to attend Ivy Leagues universities.
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An accomplished professor claims she was denied tenure by Harvard University and will lose her job there due to her advocacy for victims of sexual violence who were critical of the Ivy League school's handling of their cases.
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William J. Brady Jr., 91, of Chestnut Hill, a Philadelphia Municipal Court judge for three decades, died Monday, April 7, of kidney failure at Good Shepherd Penn Partners.
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Tom Cotton is your basic republican red-state fantasy candidate. He is 36 years old, a former Army captain who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan, and a graduate of Harvard University and Harvard Law.
Nisha Biswal, U.S. assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asia, said future economic growth in South Asia hinged on However, Biswal said that while Indian leaders had targeted $1 trillion in infrastructure investment over five years to close gaps preventing growth in manufacturing, policies still inhibited foreign investment.
William "Bill" Ackman, founder and chief executive officer of Pershing Square Capital Management LP, has donated $17 million to Harvard with his wife.
Elizabeth Warren "was hurt" and "angry" about attacks on her family and ancestry in the 2012 Senate race, she writes in a new book, defending at length her characterization of her background as rooted in Native American ancestry.
Editor at Clinical Trials Week -- Current study results on Heart Diseases and Conditions have been published.
Anne Holton, secretary of education for the Commonwealth of Virginia, will be the keynote speaker at Radford University's 2014 Spring Commencement.
Former CIA Director and former commander of U.S. Central Command Gen. David Petraeus said last week that he believes the chances that the U.S. and its international partners will reach a final nuclear agreement with Iran are now better than they have been at any point throughout the negotiations, and that a final deal can contain an effective ... (more)
Scientists at MIT and Harvard University have devised a way to store solar energy in molecules that can then be tapped to heat homes, water or used for cooking.
Cambridge, MA - Leveraging its national and global networks, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University is pleased to announce an effort to form a first-of-its-kind thematic network of experts, educators, practitioners, and ambassadors that will facilitate, promote, and strengthen collaboration to counter youth-oriented hate ... (more)
The life that followed those relatively carefree days, however, proved to be anything but common.
Growing up in Fond du Lac during the 1950s, Tom Petri's days were not unlike those of countless other boys living in the city: He delivered newspapers for the Fond du Lac Commonwealth-Reporter and, among other odd jobs, painted houses and shoveled snow.
Ian Crookston, a senior at Weber State University, will attend Harvard University after he graduates this spring.
What do Chinese coal plants and the American legislative branch have in common? They are both major adversaries in the fight against climate change, according to former President of Mexico Felipe Caldern.
Easter's coming up -- have you bought your honey-baked ham yet? I hope not because I'd like to try to talk you out of it.