News & Notes: Case of tuberculosis confirmed at Harvard - News
| May 12, 2013
A member of the Harvard University community has tested positive for tuberculosis and some students and faculty members have also been asked to be tested, The Harvard Crimson reported.
Admission Office looks to preserve accessibility of application process - News
| February 28, 2011
Though Princeton and Harvard eliminated their early admission programs in 2006 with the stated goal of making the application process fairer for economically disadvantaged students, Princeton’s admission office maintains that it still intends to ensure that low-income students will have equal access to all application opportunities despite Thursday’s announcements that both universities would re-implement early admission programs.
Harvard, MIT to join Borrow Direct - News
| February 02, 2011Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have joined Princeton and the other six Ivy League schools in the Borrow Direct partnership. The merge will give patrons access to over 50 million items, an increase from the 30 million previously available through the partnership.
Alumna sends controversial e-mail to friends at Harvard Law School - News
| April 30, 2010An e-mail written by Stephanie Grace ’07 has sparked controversy across the country for suggesting that intelligence directly correlates with race.
NOM was the top donor to fund Proposition 8 - News
| November 19, 2008The Princeton-based National Organization for Marriage (NOM), founded in 2007 by Maggie Gallagher and politics professor Robert George, was the largest monetary supporter of Proposition 8, whose passage on Nov. 4 eliminated the right of same-sex couples to marry in California.“We ended up being the largest single donor,” said Gallagher, ...