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Harvard, MIT, and Northeastern University are suing ICE to block its order forcing international students to leave the US if their course is online-only


Harvard is suing ICE for threatening to link remote learning to deportation, right as the school announced its remote reopening plan


How inequality at Harvard Business School breeds inequality in corporate America



Harvard won't require SAT or ACT scores for the class of 2025 as colleges adjust requirements for coronavirus


What Harvard's fall reopening could look like ahead of a $415 million drop in revenue


Legendary journalist Marty Baron offered critical advice for the next generation in his 20-minute Harvard commencement speech: 'We risk entering dangerous territory.



Harvard scientists are developing a coronavirus vaccine specifically for those most vulnerable: the elderly


Harvard economist warns the coronavirus has exposed massive inequality in the US — and if business leaders don't step up it could put capitalism in crisis


The 50 best American colleges and universities of 2020


The college business model is in crisis as more and more students decide they don't want to return in the fall


Harvard and MIT researchers are developing a face mask that lights up when it detects the coronavirus


What the top 25 colleges and universities in the US have said about their plans to reopen in fall 2020, from postponing the semester to offering more remote coursework



Do I sound sick to you? Researchers are building AI that would diagnose COVID-19 by listening to people talk.


Harvard says it will give back coronavirus funds after Trump asked them to. Here's a look at past tiffs between the president and the university.


A Harvard medical professor is now a billionaire after his early stake in Moderna soared 17,000%


How to reopen the US, according to Johns Hopkins and Harvard: Test 20 million people a day, hire an army of contact tracers, and expand healthcare coverage



Harvard says it won't be returning an $8 million stimulus check, even after Trump demanded it back


As lawmakers battle over who is responsible for testing, Harvard researchers say the US needs to test 20 million people a day to 'fully remobilize the economy'


Usually crowded Boston landmarks like Fenway Park and Faneuil Hall cut a stark figure as they are deserted amid the coronavirus pandemic lockdown


Restarting the economy doesn't mean life will return to normal anytime soon. Here are 5 plans that offer a glimpse of a dystopian future.