Harvard University issued a 130-page report investigating its ties to slavery, and its legacy. Here are the key findings.
The university is committing $100 million, joining other universities that are grappling with their complicity in the institution of slavery.
The announcement is a major victory for the climate change movement, and marks a striking change in tone for the university.
The popular professor, who left Harvard in 2002 after a dispute with its president, says he may leave again if the university does not grant him tenure.
Universities opposed a policy that would require students to take at least one in-person class or be denied permission to study in the United States.
A university review found that the disgraced financier, who killed himself last year, visited Harvard more than 40 times after he was convicted of sex charges involving a minor in Florida.