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The fate of 800,000 young people hangs in the balance.

‘We will be shutting the door on an entire generation’: Harvard, Yale, and Stanford write to Congress urging protection for DACA recipient...

Hundreds of colleges and universities signed a letter urging Congress to "pass a long-term legislative fix as soon as possible to protect Dreamers."

Meet the women under 40 unlocking new ways to treat diseases and shaping the future of medicine

Female leaders under 40 in biotech and pharma are building companies, unlocking new ways to treat cancer, and harnessing revolutionary gene-editing tools.

The Department of Justice is allegedly investigating Harvard’s admissions practices

The response to the FOIA request is the clearest indication yet that the DOJ is taking aim at affirmative action at Harvard.

The 10 universities that have produced the most millionaires

An analysis from data firm WealthInsight and news site Verdict reveals the colleges whose graduates are more likely to have seven-figure net-worths.

Hillary Clinton decided to go to Yale law school after a Harvard professor told her: ‘We don’t need any more women at Harvard’

Hillary Clinton described how a Harvard law professor dissuaded her from attending his school because "We don't need any more women at Harvard."

CIA director bails on Harvard speech after Chelsea Manning was selected as visiting fellow

Director Mike Pompeo was not happy at Harvard University's decision to accept Chelsea Manning.

The 10 US colleges where students get the best education for the lowest price

U.S. News & World Report released its latest rankings of the best-value colleges in America, where students enjoy high-quality academics and low costs.

An intro to economics course at Harvard is the class everyone wants to take — its professor explains why

R enowned economist Gregory Mankiw's "Economics 10: Principles of Economics" is the most popular class at Harvard this fall with 627 undergrads enrolled.

These are the 5 most popular classes at Harvard for the fall semester

Harvard University's introductory-level economics remains the most popular course for undergraduates.

Harvard president rips the Trump Administration’s end of DACA: ‘This cruel policy recognizes neither justice nor mercy’

Harvard President Drew Faust harshly condemned the Trump Administration's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.