<!– –> Study posits UFOs could live on moon, underground or in disguise The possibility of extraterrestrial life has always fascinated humans and we’ve been searching for alien life for some time now. However, despite decades of research, we still don’t have a concrete answer to the question of whether we are alone in the […]

Nicholas Burns, the United States ambassador to China, will deliver the Harvard Kennedy School’s 2024 graduation address on May 22, the school announced last Wednesday. Burns — who served as a professor of diplomacy and international relations at the Kennedy School for 13 years — said in a press release he was “honored” to return. […]

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Eden Getahun was ecstatic when, just 13 months ago, she learned Harvard University would have its first Black female president. But she sensed even then that Claudine Gay, a prominent African American studies scholar, would face harsh obstacles leading the predominantly white institution. There was “excitement and hope in terms of what it represents for […]

WASHINGTON (TND) — Civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton shared his outrage over Harvard University President Claudine Gay’s decision to resign Tuesday, saying he would seek to hold those responsible accountable. Gay became ensnared in controversy over the past month, stemming back to a congressional testimony during which she failed to unequivocally say calls for […]

Former law professor and Harvard Law School graduate Winkfield Twyman Jr has claimed the recent attacks on Claudine Gay’s credibility are ‘well deserved’ In a blistering op-ed he argued that Gay has ‘made a career of attacking black scholars’ and should therefore not be protected by circling the ‘racial wagons’ A black former law professor has said […]

University of Pennsylvania President Liz Magill testifies before a House Education and The Workforce Committee hearing titled “Holding Campus Leaders Accountable and Confronting Antisemitism” on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., December 5, 2023. REUTERS/Ken Cedeno/File Photo Acquire Licensing Rights

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, whose towering 70-year career as a diplomat, adviser to U.S. presidents, and public intellectual found its roots at Harvard, died Wednesday at age 100. Born Heinz Alfred Kissinger in 1923 in Bavaria, he and his family fled Nazi Germany in 1938, settling in New York City, where 15-year-old […]

The U.S. Department of Education opened an investigation into Harvard University over claims of antisemitism on campus, according to the federal agency’s website. The department — which announced earlier this month a separate investigation into a half-dozen U.S. colleges and universities and a local school district for . . .

Ten members of Harvard’s Class of 2024 have been selected as Rhodes Scholars to pursue postgraduate studies at the University of Oxford. Nine Harvard students are among the 32 American Rhodes recipients announced by the American secretary of the Rhodes Trust on Saturday. Harvard College produced the most American Rhodes Scholars for the fifth year […]

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