The president of the Harvard Alumni Association announced the results of the annual election of new members of the Harvard Board of Overseers. The results were released at the annual meeting of the association following the University’s 363rd Commencement.
Harvard's 363rd Commencement brought together students, thousands of spectators, and even the "Queen of Soul."
Delivering Harvard’s Commencement address, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg called on the Class of 2014 to safeguard free speech and inquiry, rights that he said are under attack both in Washington, D.C., and on college campuses across the country.
Harvard's efforts in sustainability are reflected during its 363rd Commencement.
John P. “Jack” Reardon Jr. ’60, who will step down as Harvard Alumni Association executive director in July, shares his memories as he looks back on 50 years at Harvard University.
A roundup of capsule stories and photos surrounding Harvard’s 363rd Commencement.
Henry Hacker, a lifelong collector, earned his third degree at 71, in museum studies at the Harvard Extension School.
HAA President Catherine A. “Kate” Gellert will pass the torch to Cynthia A. Torres. Both alumnae encourage engagement and connection as they envision Harvard’s future, locally and globally.
Former New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, the principal speaker at Afternoon Exercises, will be joined onstage by a former U.S. president, a singer, an economist, and other leading lights.
Moana ′Ulu′ave, a Tongan-American who is getting her master’s from the Graduate School of Education, is bringing her storytelling culture to a wider world.
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A breakdown of degrees and certificates awarded at Harvard's 363rd Commencement.
More than 700 alumni volunteers will ask their peers to give to Harvard in celebration of a reunion or as an annual gift.
The Harvard Campaign, milestones in the arts, and scientific breakthroughs marked 2013-14 at Harvard.
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study is turning 15, with 900 of its closest friends in attendance. During the ceremonies, the institute will award the Radcliffe Medal to its former dean, Harvard President Drew Faust.
The Harvard and Radcliffe Classes of 1914 were the University’s final ones before world war. Their brilliant students became players on a stage of vanishing national innocence.
At Class Day ceremonies, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg urged graduates to confront hard truths and address wrongs they find in the world.
This year, four prestigious scholars received the Centennial Medal.
A Tercentenary Theatre ceremony launches seven ROTC graduates as officers in Marines, Navy, and Air Force.
A budding mathematician, an international thinker, and a creative achiever are the student speakers at Harvard’s 2014 Morning Exercises.