Harvard files response to admission-bias claim
Harvard University assailed a group claiming the school intentionally discriminates against Asian-American applicants, saying in a court filing that the organization offered a “misleading narrative” based on “cherry-picked” documents.
Why Facebook suspended a Boston data-analytics firm
Techonomy Chief Executive Officer David Kirkpatrick discusses Facebook's suspension of apps by Crimson Hexagon, a company founded by a Harvard University researcher.
Harvard study finds admissions bias against Asian-Americans
Harvard University’s own researchers found statistical evidence that its undergraduate application process discriminated against Asian-American applicants, yet its admissions officials ignored the results and took no action, a group suing for bias claimed.
US whistleblower Snowden did 'the work of a patriot'
Harvard University professor Lawrence Lessig is a major advocate for privacy and online freedom and also tried to run for the 2016 Democratic nomination.