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Compton native LaShyra “Lash” Nolen made history by becoming the first Black woman elected as Harvard Medical School’s class president.
Queen Latifah will be honored by Harvard University.
Black Atlanta scholars took home the title at Harvard University’s annual debate competition.
The reality star she was "excited for the next chapter."
The Harvard Crimson has appointed its first Black woman president.
Colin keeps winning.
Richard Jenkins, a teen who was once homeless, has received a full-ride scholarship to Harvard University.
Bronx principal Chandell Stone created Destination Teach; a program that promotes education in developing countries around the world.
Life must suck when you are a grown person who wastes your life behind a computer spreading fake news about…
Former Morehouse College president John S. Wilson will serve as a senior adviser and strategist for Harvard’s diversity and inclusion…
Harvard University’s Radcliffe Schlesinger Library has acquired papers from activist Angela Davis.
25 Black Atlanta teens were selected to join Harvard University’s distinguished summer residency program.
Barack and Michelle Obama's oldest daughter, Malia was reportedly locking lips with a mystery guy at a recent college game…
Malia Obama's Harvard classmates were excited to meet the former first kid, and Barack and Michelle Obama.
After discovering the existence of a Facebook group chat, Harvard administrators revoked admissions offers to at least 10 prospective students.
Harvard University’s Black Graduate Student Alliance held its first Black Commencement.
African-American students at Harvard University will hold their own graduation ceremony called Black Commencement 2017 on May 23.
The Wade brothers were all accepted at Harvard University, Yale, Duke, Stanford, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins and Cornell.
Michelle Obama wrote Yara Shahidi's recommendations for all four colleges she applied to—including her top choice Harvard, where Mrs. Obama…
ImeIme Umana made history when she was elected the first Black female president of the Harvard Law Review—its 131st leader.