"The writings from which the Court cherry-picked my quotes were totally supportive of the result in Roe," Laurence Tribe wrote Friday.
"The report makes plain that slavery in America was by no means confined to the South," said the university's president.
Thomas has been on the Supreme Court since 1991, but Black law students told Newsweek that Jackson would be the first justice they see themselves in.
In weighing a nominee's qualifications for the United States Supreme Court, should it count as a negative factor that she graduated from an elite law school?
A private equity firm founder, who was one of dozens of individuals charged in the Operation Varsity Blues scandal, was sentenced to 15 months in prison.
Some of the 38 Harvard faculty members who signed a letter defending professor John Comaroff asked to be removed from it due to new evidence.
Three female graduate students charge that Harvard failed to respond to accusations of sexual harassment and threats by an anthropology professor.
President Biden said he would appoint the first Black woman to the Supreme Court—would this affect the upcoming case regarding the fate of Affirmative Action?
A court decided Monday former professor Charles Lieber does not qualify for Harvard's legal defense fees.
Although Daria Rose didn't make it past the first episode, the 24-year-old is a Harvard graduate and is a current student at Yale Law School.
Also known as "the father of sociobiology," Wilson pioneered influential scientific concepts and was a staunch advocate for protecting the environment.
Prosecutors said Harvard professor Charles Lieber organized conferences, published articles, and applied for patents on the behalf of Wuhan University of Technology.
"I wasn't completely transparent by any stretch of the imagination," the professor stated during an interrogation.
Harvard researchers found that the worst type of variant is one that can partially evade immunity and has increased transmissibility.
The video amassed over three million views after the Harvard Law student carried on her argument after fainting, but people were too eager to paint her as a "damsel in distress" she told Newsweek.
The video of Mikaela Gilbert-Lurie continuing to argue her case after fainting caused concern over student workloads, but the Harvard student told Newsweek the very simple explanation to it all.
Our laws should promote organizations that serve our society, and reduce the power of those that harm it.
Both men were convicted of fraud and bribery conspiracy charges. In all, nearly 50 people have admitted to charges in the case.
President Joe Biden was also slammed for treating the pandemic like a "PR opportunity rather than a global crisis."
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022 have been published, and the U.S. is the most represented country with 57 of the top 200 colleges.
The story of the historical figure who lived out her last days on an island after she was found to carry typhoid has re-emerged after a controversial tweet.
"It would be a big deal because of the nature of college admissions across the country and because of the stakes of having this issue before the Supreme Court," U.S. lawyer Gregory Garre said.
"Remember that your ancestors likely went through similar or even worse incidents," the school wrote on under a list of Anti-Asian racism resources it provided in response to the rise in racist attacks against Asian Americans.
Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is no stranger to conspiracy theories and speculation about the projects he funds. Twitter users claim Gates' involvement with a solar geoengineering project is nefarious.
Harvard College maintains noxious de facto racial quotas to penalize Asian-Americans, redolent of the anti-Jewish Ivy League quotas of the early 20th century.
More than 1,600 of the world's top brands ran thousands of ads on sites that published false claims about the 2020 election—perhaps without knowing it.