Yale University ordered a campus lockdown and told students, faculty and staff to shelter in place after reports of a person with a gun on campus.
Yale University undergraduates voted overwhelmingly to urge the school to sell its holdings of fossil-fuel companies that are “contributing the most to climate change and associated social ills.”
Harvard University students disrupted a Bank of America Corp. recruiting event yesterday in Cambridge, Massachusetts, to protest the company’s support of the coal industry.
A day after he took to Twitter last week to question the vote-count in the Virginia attorney general race, an e-mail from a top state official popped into David Wasserman’s inbox.
Harvard University, the world’s richest college, lost $345.3 million terminating interest-rate swaps last year, bringing its cost of unwinding debt derivatives since 2008 to more than $1.25 billion.
Brown University will investigate and may penalize students who disrupted a speech by New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly last month, forcing the school to cancel the event.
U.S. college endowments are cutting holdings of alternative investments, such as private equity, as many seek to recoup record losses from four years ago.
Almost four decades after his album “Silk Degrees” occupied the charts for 115 weeks, Boz Scaggs is on the road again, supporting his first solo album in five years.
Brown University is considering a ban on investing in 15 companies that mine or burn coal, requiring the Ivy League school to sell some existing holdings.
Harvard University named Lane MacDonald, captain of the school’s hockey team when it won its only national championship, as head of the endowment’s private equity portfolio.
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