Harvard University

The incoming class at Harvard University is making history as more than half of the new students are people of color. For the first time in Harvard’s 380-year existence diversity has tipped the scales. According to the BBC, 50.9 percent of the Harvard freshman are non-White. That number is up from 47.3 percent last year […]

“It’s a very sacred place, the stage and the screen," she said about her role as an actor.

It looks like the recognition keeps on coming for Rihanna this week. After breaking Michael Jackson’s record on the Billboard Hot 100, Rihanna is now being honored with the Peter J. Gomes Humanitarian Award from the prestigious Harvard University. Harvard Foundation director S. Allen Counter explains, “Rihanna has charitably built a state-of-the-art center for oncology […]

Harvard will bestow the 2017 Humanitarian of the Year to the Bajan superstar for her work in education and public health.

One of the cheapest plans that falls under Obamacare increased by 25 percent.

According to Harvard's current President Drew Faust, the university “was directly complicit in America’s system of racial bondage,” and a new plaque that lists the names of slaves who worked on campus is meant to remember “stolen lives.”

Prison debate team beats Harvard debate team in national competition. http://t.co/1WXquaiL9G pic.twitter.com/67Z1Ill6LD — Zachary Clemente (@clementeworks) October 4, 2015   Debaters from the Eastern New…

Many believe Memphis, Tennessee teen Ronald Nelson made a big mistake for rejecting admission offers from eight Ivy League schools, but he knows his decision is a…

For almost 30 years hip hop has taken us a very long way from the influence it has affected the world. It is now established…

He started from the bottom in Fayetteville, North Carolina and now J. Cole is addressing students at Harvard University about his journey in hip-hop music.…

J. Cole spoke to students at Harvard University on Tuesday. “The Next Move: A Conversation with J. Cole.”

“I am honored to have the opportunity to speak at Harvard…it is vital that we talk about what we can do to better ourselves and our communities; now and for the next 20 years. The people of America, especially our youth, have the power to be heard; to change legislation and positively impact our culture for generations to come.”