"The report makes plain that slavery in America was by no means confined to the South," said the university's president.
Cruz had been pressing the supreme court nominee on issues of critical race theory and transgender rights.
The Supreme Court case could fundamentally alter college admissions policies.
Three female graduate students charge that Harvard failed to respond to accusations of sexual harassment and threats by an anthropology professor.
Democrats gained support from voters living in the country's suburbs in recent elections. A new poll indicates that support may be eroding.
The school's dean of admissions said students will not have any disadvantages in the application process should they choose to not submit their test scores.
Researchers recorded that fewer carbon emissions emitting from vehicles correlated with fewer deaths.
Graduates from these U.S. universities earn the most money on average.
Gun control advocate David Hogg said he would step back from his company to focus on his college studies and activism.
Widespread solar geoengineering is only likely to be used in the future if significant regions of the planet become too warm to be habitable, an expert said.
Fox News' Tucker Carlson questioned Biden's decision to nominate Kristen Clarke by discussing statements she allegedly made as a student at Harvard University.
The guys at the trash company uplifted me and told me I could go and do something greater. It was the first time any people in my life, outside of my former tutor, my dad and my brother, had told me that.
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However, while the president singled out Harvard as an entity that should return the money, Harvard says the university received no funds from the Paycheck Protection Program, but rather through an allocation through the CARES Act.
A Harvard University study of the "postpandemic period" found social distancing periods may need to extend until 2022 to prevent the U.S. health care system from being overwhelmed during likely future outbreaks.
Deaths from injuries are a potential "hidden public health burden" of global warming, Robbie Parks of Imperial College told Newsweek.
An "annoyed" Harvard University student appeared on Fox News to complain about the "empty activism" of climate change protesters who he said ruined the Harvard-Yale football game.
Former Clinton Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers this week railed against the so-called "wealth tax" proposed by progressive Democrats, warning that such "anti-business" policies could have provoked more anti-Semitism from 20th-century business leaders.
"Taking this rare and powerful action shows the extreme harm Betsy DeVos' actions have caused," Harvard lawyer Toby Merrill said after the hearing.
Harvard University President Lawrence S. Bacow is being criticized as "tone deaf" for his Tuesday comparison between slavery and the school's fundraising efforts among alumni.
"I think it's pretty profound that our species has shaped the brains of another species on the planet," a scientist who worked on the study told "Newsweek."
The approach could tackle gun-crime "without getting into the murky area of individual firearm ownership/carriage," one expert told Newsweek.
The billionaire accused of sex trafficking gave millions to Harvard. The university "has no plans" to give it back.
The idea of wormholes was predicted by Einstein's theory of general relativity in 1916.