Harvard Law Revises Sexual Assault Policy to Settle Federal Charges

The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights has announced a settlement with Harvard Law School over charges that the school's sexual assault policies violated Title IX, the law prohibiting sex discrimination in education. Harvard University already started overhauling their sexual assault policy this… » 12/30/14 4:20pm 12/30/14 4:20pm

​Harvard Is Hosting an Anal Sex Workshop

"What What in the Butt: Anal Sex 101″ is the real name of a workshop taking place at Harvard University. It's part of the school's yearly Sex Week initiative, which is organized by the Sexual Health Education & Advocacy. » 11/04/14 4:10pm 11/04/14 4:10pm

The Harvard Lampoon Gets Its First Black Female President

Harvard University's famous undergraduate humor publication The Harvard Lampoon has some exciting news: Alexis Wilkinson will be the publication's first black president, as well as its first black female president, and with Vice President Ellie Parker, the pair will be the first set of women running the Lampoon. » 12/18/13 8:00pm 12/18/13 8:00pm

Mother Of 11 Is Headed To Harvard

Here's a tale guaranteed to inspire you (or perhaps just make you feel lazy): Allyson Reneau left the University of Oklahoma in 1981 to get married and start a family. She told herself that she'd go back to finish her degree when her baby was five, but that didn't happen until 2009. After having 11 children, spending… » 8/29/11 9:50am 8/29/11 9:50am

Harvard Beats Yale (At Tolerance)

Thanks to a $1.5 million gift from the Harvard Gay and Lesbian Caucus, Harvard University will create the F.O. Matthiessen visiting professorship in lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender studies. It will be the first endowed chair of its kind, after Yale rejected a similar endowment in the 90s. [NY Times] » 6/03/09 10:40am 6/03/09 10:40am

Why Sexist Larry Summers Shouldn't Get A Cabinet Slot

Larry Summers was a popular Treasury Secretary in the Clinton Administration who parlayed his intelligence, academic credentials and popularity into a post as the President of Harvard University. He then turned around and proved that maybe academia wasn't his forté when, in 2005 at a conference sponsored by the… » 11/14/08 1:30pm 11/14/08 1:30pm