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Hockey falls in ECAC quarterfinal after first round victory – The Dartmouth

Hockey falls in ECAC quarterfinal after first round victory  The Dartmouth

The men’s hockey team’s season ended on March 16 with a 3-4 overtime loss to Harvard University, as the Big Green fell to the Crimson for the second straight …

Trump’s College Free Speech Order Ambiguous and Unlawful, Experts Say | News – Harvard Crimson

Trump’s College Free Speech Order Ambiguous and Unlawful, Experts Say | News  Harvard Crimson

Experts say it is unclear how President Donald Trump’s recent executive order conditioning certain federal funds to universities based on their free speech …

Harvard Motions to Dismiss Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over 2015 Suicide | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Motions to Dismiss Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over 2015 Suicide | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard filed a motion on March 8 to dismiss a lawsuit it currently faces alleging it was negligent in the care of Luke Z. Tang ’18, an undergraduate who died by …

UMass to meet Harvard; Northeastern takes on Cornell – The Boston Globe

UMass to meet Harvard; Northeastern takes on Cornell  The Boston Globe

All it took was two years for UMass to vault from a five-victory season to a Hockey East regular-season title. The reward is a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament …

Pursuing Good Faith Negotiations | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Pursuing Good Faith Negotiations | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

The ongoing negotiations between Harvard and the newly-formed graduate student union have raised many issues regarding graduate students’ quality of life, …

What Is Wrong with Harvard? | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

What Is Wrong with Harvard? | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

What is wrong with Harvard? This is a staple question in many interview and club applications. For many clubs I applied to, I was asked in interview after …

Harvard Should Be Crimson With Chagrin – Wall Street Journal

Harvard Should Be Crimson With Chagrin  Wall Street Journal

Regarding Heather Mac Donald’s “Triggered by Weinstein’s Harvard Lawyer” (op-ed, March 19): The politically correct thought police have taken over or …

Justice Kavanaugh to join faculty at George Mason’s Scalia Law School – POLITICO

Justice Kavanaugh to join faculty at George Mason’s Scalia Law School  POLITICO

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh will join George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School as a distinguished visiting professor, the university …

Why These Early Images of American Slavery Have Led to a Lawsuit Against Harvard – Smithsonian.com

Why These Early Images of American Slavery Have Led to a Lawsuit Against Harvard  Smithsonian.com

There is an image of a man most Americans have probably seen that has come to represent the institution of slavery. He’s bone-thin, big-eyed and shirtless.

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Georgetown’s Season Ends With Loss to Harvard – Georgetown University The Hoya

MEN’S BASKETBALL | Georgetown’s Season Ends With Loss to Harvard  Georgetown University The Hoya

The Georgetown men’s basketball team came up short against the visiting Harvard Crimson 71-68 in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament on …

Twenty Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Pete Buttigieg – National Review

Twenty Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Pete Buttigieg  National Review

Pete Buttigieg is young and ambitious, a Harvard graduate and a Rhodes Scholar, and he will probably not spend the rest of his life in South Bend, Indiana.

Bacow Expresses Support for Winthrop Climate Review | News – Harvard Crimson

Bacow Expresses Support for Winthrop Climate Review | News  Harvard Crimson

University President Lawrence S. Bacow said in an interview last week that he supports the College’s efforts to “get a sense of what’s really going on” through its …

Harvard investigates ‘trauma’ among students after law professor agrees to represent Harvey Weinstein – The Telegraph

Harvard investigates ‘trauma’ among students after law professor agrees to represent Harvey Weinstein  The Telegraph

Harvard University has launched an investigation into law professor Ronald Sullivan after he agreed to represent Harvey Weinstein in court.

Notre Dame admits bigger share of alums’ kids than Harvard and Yale – Crain’s Chicago Business

Notre Dame admits bigger share of alums’ kids than Harvard and Yale  Crain’s Chicago Business

(Bloomberg)—The University of Notre Dame leads top U.S. schools in admitting the most children of alumni—22 percent by latest count. That’s among …

Harvard Faces Lawsuit Alleging It Unlawfully Possesses and Profits from First Photos of Slaves | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Faces Lawsuit Alleging It Unlawfully Possesses and Profits from First Photos of Slaves | News  Harvard Crimson

NEW YORK — Standing opposite the Harvard Club of New York and surrounded by cameras, microphones, and lawyers, a Connecticut woman announced …

Notre Dame and Baylor Admit More Legacies Than Harvard and Yale – Bloomberg

Notre Dame and Baylor Admit More Legacies Than Harvard and Yale  Bloomberg

The University of Notre Dame leads top U.S. schools in admitting the most children of alumni — 22 percent by latest count.

Men’s Basketball Upsets Georgetown to Advance in NIT | Sports – Harvard Crimson

Men’s Basketball Upsets Georgetown to Advance in NIT | Sports  Harvard Crimson

Four nights after giving up a seven point second half lead on the road in the Ivy League Championship, Harvard men’s basketball had a five point lead …

Harvard lacrosse wins 3OT thriller behind Nigel Andrews’ game-winner – College Crosse

Harvard lacrosse wins 3OT thriller behind Nigel Andrews’ game-winner  College Crosse

BOSTON, M.A. — For the second straight year, the Harvard Crimson found themselves down in the fourth quarter to the Boston University Terriers. And for the …

Federal Complaint Alleges Harvard’s Decision to Place Former Student on Leave Violated Americans with Disabilities Act | News – Harvard Crimson

Federal Complaint Alleges Harvard’s Decision to Place Former Student on Leave Violated Americans with Disabilities Act | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard currently faces a complaint filed with the United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights alleging the College’s 2018 decision to place …

Triggered by Weinstein’s Harvard Lawyer – The Wall Street Journal

Triggered by Weinstein’s Harvard Lawyer  The Wall Street Journal

Harvard has opened an investigation into law professor Ronald Sullivan, who earlier this year joined Harvey Weinstein’s criminal-defense team.

Deputy General Counsel Diane Lopez Named Next Harvard VP and General Counsel | News – Harvard Crimson

Deputy General Counsel Diane Lopez Named Next Harvard VP and General Counsel | News  Harvard Crimson

Diane E. Lopez — current deputy general counsel for the University — will be Harvard’s next vice president and general counsel, the University announced …

In Cambridge Homeless Court, Another Chance | News – Harvard Crimson

In Cambridge Homeless Court, Another Chance | News  Harvard Crimson

The homeless court, the venue where Cambridge judges hold trials for homeless individuals, is held at the First Parish Church in Harvard Square.

With Full Union Proposal, Harvard Now Considering Economic Contract Provisions | News – Harvard Crimson

With Full Union Proposal, Harvard Now Considering Economic Contract Provisions | News  Harvard Crimson

University negotiators are now considering the full set of economic proposals outlined by Harvard’s graduate student union for its first contract — including …

Annual Housing Day Sees ‘Absolutely Electric’ Turnout | News – Harvard Crimson

Annual Housing Day Sees ‘Absolutely Electric’ Turnout | News  Harvard Crimson

Upperclassmen waving banners and sporting House apparel — from face paint to full-body house mascot costumes — congregated in Harvard Yard to welcome …

PILOT Better Local Impact | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

PILOT Better Local Impact | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

As a nonprofit institution, Harvard is tax exempt on multiple levels. But for a city like Boston — whose land is shared by the government and nonprofits — such …

Clear Action, Not Cheap Talk | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Clear Action, Not Cheap Talk | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

It is almost impossible to escape news of Harvard University’s pilot “Pulse Survey,” from the University-wide email from University President Lawrence S. Bacow …

Harvard Inks $100 Million Drug Research Deal with Investment Firm | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Inks $100 Million Drug Research Deal with Investment Firm | News  Harvard Crimson

The healthcare investment firm Deerfield Management has committed $100 million as part of a new alliance with Harvard science researchers aimed at …

Six Harvard Alumni Charged in Nationwide Admissions Fraud Scandal | News – Harvard Crimson

Six Harvard Alumni Charged in Nationwide Admissions Fraud Scandal | News  Harvard Crimson

UPDATED: March 14, 2019 at 5:59 p.m.. Five Harvard alumni were arrested and charged for conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in a nationwide scheme to …

College admissions under scrutiny after scandal: "It’s hard to know what’s fair" – CBS News

College admissions under scrutiny after scandal: “It’s hard to know what’s fair”  CBS News

The college admissions scandal is shining a light on the secretive world of elite university admissions offices, which reject far more applications than they accept.

Grad Student Union Rallies for Third-Party Arbitration, Petitions Harvard President Bacow | News – Harvard Crimson

Grad Student Union Rallies for Third-Party Arbitration, Petitions Harvard President Bacow | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard’s graduate student union delivered a petition to Massachusetts Hall during a rally attended by more than 150 supporters — including Cambridge City …

Harvard Falls to No. 11 Denver, 17-6, To Cap Roller-Coaster Week | Sports – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Falls to No. 11 Denver, 17-6, To Cap Roller-Coaster Week | Sports  Harvard Crimson

The inflatable sports bubble over Harvard Stadium protected both teams from a cold, gray drizzle on Sunday, but it could not protect Harvard from No.

An Over-Checked Pulse | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

An Over-Checked Pulse | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

Currently, students’ Canvas dashboards for class assignments are overwhelmed by an advertisement for a ten question, three minute pilot “Pulse Survey.

Harvard’s Paternalistic Power Grab | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Harvard’s Paternalistic Power Grab | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

The Committee on Student Life, a secretive body that lacks even a web page, is considering seizing control of the admissions process for extracurricular groups.

Car Hits Harvard Crimson Building Entrance, Driver Sustains Minor Injuries | News – Harvard Crimson

Car Hits Harvard Crimson Building Entrance, Driver Sustains Minor Injuries | News  Harvard Crimson

A maroon BMW struck the front of The Harvard Crimson building at 14 Plympton St. on Monday evening, damaging the entrance. The driver sustained minor …

University President Survey Shows Only 37 Percent Are Confident in Harvard’s Admissions Trial Defense | News – Harvard Crimson

University President Survey Shows Only 37 Percent Are Confident in Harvard’s Admissions Trial Defense | News  Harvard Crimson

A questionnaire sent to college and university presidents around the country in January showed that only four in 10 surveyed are confident Harvard will win its …

Defending Black Commencement | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Defending Black Commencement | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

Last month, Nicholas Zuckerman, the Arizona man who threatened to bomb Harvard’s first-ever black Commencement in 2017, pleaded guilty to charges related …

52 Harvard Law School Professors Voice Support for Sullivan | News – Harvard Crimson

52 Harvard Law School Professors Voice Support for Sullivan | News  Harvard Crimson

Fifty-two Harvard Law School professors signed a letter supporting their fellow Professor and Winthrop House Faculty Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. as he faces …

For Seventh Year in a Row, Harvard Fails to Meet PILOT Program Recommendation | News – Harvard Crimson

For Seventh Year in a Row, Harvard Fails to Meet PILOT Program Recommendation | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard’s contribution to the City of Boston in 2018 fell short of the amount of money the city requested from the University as part of a program in which some …

Harvard University’s 9000-SF Allston ArtLab to Open in September – Boston Real Estate Times

Harvard University’s 9000-SF Allston ArtLab to Open in September  Boston Real Estate Times

BOSTON, MA—Harvard University’s ArtLab in Allston, a facility devoted to artistic research and innovation, is expected to open in mid-September this year, The …

In Email to Winthrop Residents, Sullivan Criticizes The Harvard Crimson’s Coverage | News – Harvard Crimson

In Email to Winthrop Residents, Sullivan Criticizes The Harvard Crimson’s Coverage | News  Harvard Crimson

Winthrop House Faculty Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. emailed residents Thursday criticizing The Harvard Crimson’s coverage of his announcement that he …

Harvard Mental Health Services Works to Reduce Student Wait Times | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Mental Health Services Works to Reduce Student Wait Times | News  Harvard Crimson

Despite moving into a newly renovated space, Counseling and Mental Health Services continues to battle long wait times for students seeking appointments …

Urgent Improvement in Care | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Urgent Improvement in Care | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

As Paul J. Barreira prepares to step down from his post as Director of Harvard University Health Services, he and Harvard University Senior Director of Nursing …

Beyond Grants: Undergraduate Council Partnerships That Serve Students | News – Harvard Crimson

Beyond Grants: Undergraduate Council Partnerships That Serve Students | News  Harvard Crimson

When established multi-million and multi-billion dollar companies already have solutions to student life challenges, the UC partners with them at no cost to bring …

Seeing Blue: The Harvard Corporation and Its Political Contributions | News – Harvard Crimson

Seeing Blue: The Harvard Corporation and Its Political Contributions | News  Harvard Crimson

Despite Harvard’s concerted effort to present a non-partisan front, many members of the Harvard Corporation — the University’s highest governing body — still …

Sanctions: Noble, but Ham-Fisted | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Sanctions: Noble, but Ham-Fisted | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

The focus of the sanctions conversation desperately needs correction. In my experience, the sanctions debate typically devolves as students restate their …

Harvard Sends Climate Survey to Winthrop Affiliates Following Ronald Sullivan’s Decision to Represent Weinstein | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Sends Climate Survey to Winthrop Affiliates Following Ronald Sullivan’s Decision to Represent Weinstein | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard College’s institutional research office sent an anonymous, online survey to Winthrop House residents Tuesday as part of a review process aimed at …

After Local Outcry, a Harvard-Owned Vineyard Project Faces Environmental Review | News – Harvard Crimson

After Local Outcry, a Harvard-Owned Vineyard Project Faces Environmental Review | News  Harvard Crimson

Among some of the corporations that have expanded into the region in recent years is an unlikely investor — the Harvard Management Company. HMC, the …

Flyby | The blog of The Harvard Crimson – Harvard Crimson

Flyby | The blog of The Harvard Crimson  Harvard Crimson

Rumor has it that there’s more to Harvard than the Smith Campus Center, the Yard, and El Jefe’s. Every undergraduate contributes to campus culture at the …

Harvard, Don’t Audit Comps | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Harvard, Don’t Audit Comps | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

The College’s Committee on Student Life, in conjunction with the Undergraduate Council, recently expressed interest in pursuing “audits” of student …

Lil Pump Visits Harvard, Gives ‘Commencement Speech’ at WHRB | Arts – Harvard Crimson

Lil Pump Visits Harvard, Gives ‘Commencement Speech’ at WHRB | Arts  Harvard Crimson

Decked out in bright garb, colorful dreadlocks, and a Harvard beanie, rapper Lil Pump promoted his latest album “Harverd Dropout” in an appearance at …

Pay for Play | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Pay for Play | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

Harvard men’s basketball team started off this year by heading down to Chapel Hill, North Carolina to play a game against the University of North Carolina.

Harvard Hears Us, But Is It Listening? | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Hears Us, But Is It Listening? | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

The University recently announced that on April 2 — the first day undergraduates will be able to access the 2019 Association of American Universities’ sexual …

Harvard Police Investigates AirPods Robbery in the Yard | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Police Investigates AirPods Robbery in the Yard | News  Harvard Crimson

The Harvard University Police Department is investigating a male Harvard undergraduate’s allegation that he was robbed of his Apple AirPods in Harvard Yard …

Harvard Launches Pilot Pulse Survey Following Diversity and Inclusion Task Force | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Launches Pilot Pulse Survey Following Diversity and Inclusion Task Force | News  Harvard Crimson

The Office of Institutional Research is conducting a pilot “Pulse Survey” of approximately 50,000 Harvard affiliates — the first-ever University-wide survey of its …

Harvard Students Lobby for Immigrants at Mass. State House | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Students Lobby for Immigrants at Mass. State House | News  Harvard Crimson

Eight Harvard students traveled through snowy weather to the Massachusetts State House Monday to participate in the annual Immigrants’ Day lobbying event.

Prison Divestment Advocates Rally, Deliver Petition to Harvard President Bacow | News – Harvard Crimson

Prison Divestment Advocates Rally, Deliver Petition to Harvard President Bacow | News  Harvard Crimson

More than 100 Harvard affiliates gathered outside of Massachusetts Hall Friday to deliver a petition to University President Lawrence S. Bacow urging Harvard to …

Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening to Bomb Harvard, Shoot Attendees of 2017 Black Commencement | News – Harvard Crimson

Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening to Bomb Harvard, Shoot Attendees of 2017 Black Commencement | News  Harvard Crimson

The man who threatened to bomb Harvard and shoot attendees of the University’s 2017 black Commencement ceremony pleaded guilty to charges related to …

‘Whose Side Are You On?’: Harvard Dean Representing Weinstein Is Hit With Graffiti and Protests – The New York Times

‘Whose Side Are You On?’: Harvard Dean Representing Weinstein Is Hit With Graffiti and Protests  The New York Times

Ronald Sullivan is no stranger to politically sensitive cases, but none has created an uproar like his defense of the film producer Harvey Weinstein in a rape …

Winthrop House Deans Address Flyers Some Students Consider ‘Racially Offensive’ in Email | News – Harvard Crimson

Winthrop House Deans Address Flyers Some Students Consider ‘Racially Offensive’ in Email | News  Harvard Crimson

Winthrop House Faculty Deans Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. and Stephanie R. Robinson addressed student concerns about “racially offensive” flyers calling for …

In Defense of Harvey Weinstein’s Harvard Lawyer – The Atlantic

In Defense of Harvey Weinstein’s Harvard Lawyer  The Atlantic

The law professor Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. is among the most accomplished people at Harvard. He has helped to overturn scores of wrongful convictions and to …

Student Workers Need a Contract Now Because #TimesUp | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Student Workers Need a Contract Now Because #TimesUp | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

This week marks the one-year anniversary since the Chronicle of Higher Education revealed that Harvard University Government Professor Emeritus Jorge I.

Mothers of Opioid Victims Urge Harvard to Remove Sackler Name, Bacow Refuses | News – Harvard Crimson

Mothers of Opioid Victims Urge Harvard to Remove Sackler Name, Bacow Refuses | News  Harvard Crimson

Dozens of mothers who lost their children to opioid overdoses are calling on Harvard to remove the Sackler family’s name from its campus, in light of recent …

Bouncing Back: Men’s Lacrosse Season Preview | Sports – Harvard Crimson

Bouncing Back: Men’s Lacrosse Season Preview | Sports  Harvard Crimson

Men’s Lacrosse has gotten off to a slow start this season, and will be looking to match last year’s heights. By Ben Morris, Contributing Writer. March 1, 2019 ?

American Repertory Theater Receives $100 Million Gift For New Space in Allston | News – Harvard Crimson

American Repertory Theater Receives $100 Million Gift For New Space in Allston | News  Harvard Crimson

Hedge-fund manager David E. Goel ’93 and Stacey L. Goel donated $100 million to Harvard for an arts research and performance space in Allston, the …

Back to River Running: Spring Crew Preview | Sports – Harvard Crimson

Back to River Running: Spring Crew Preview | Sports  Harvard Crimson

As the ice of the River Charles thaws and recedes, the Harvard crew programs look to rejuvenate the waters with intensive competition and spirited drive. On the …

Negligent Forms of Academic Life | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Negligent Forms of Academic Life | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

If you took Social Studies 10: Introduction to Social Theory, you, like me, may have been told that Durkheim’s use of “primitive” was simply an “objective” …

Student Groups and HCFA on Campus: A Year in Review | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Student Groups and HCFA on Campus: A Year in Review | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

A year ago last week, we forcefully condemned Harvard College Faith and Action’s decision to host a controversial speaker who identified as “ex-gay” and urged …

Sleep 101 and Sleep Matters Initiative Promote Healthy Sleep Patterns | News – Harvard Crimson

Sleep 101 and Sleep Matters Initiative Promote Healthy Sleep Patterns | News  Harvard Crimson

As students and professors have become more aware of the irregular sleep habits of Harvard undergraduates in recent years, some groups have taken initiative …

Securitas Fires Guard Who Alleged Retaliation | News – Harvard Crimson

Securitas Fires Guard Who Alleged Retaliation | News  Harvard Crimson

Former Harvard School of Public Health security guard Joseph G. Bartuah — who alleged last week that Securitas, his employer, started a retaliatory …

Graduate Student Criticizes Harvard’s Reimbursement Policies As a Financial and Psychological ‘Burden’ | News – Harvard Crimson

Graduate Student Criticizes Harvard’s Reimbursement Policies As a Financial and Psychological ‘Burden’ | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard graduate students have long bristled at the expectation that they must pay necessary academic conference expenses up front and wait months to …

Buddhism Behind Barbed Wire | Magazine – Harvard Crimson

Buddhism Behind Barbed Wire | Magazine  Harvard Crimson

Duncan R. Williams, a professor of Religion and East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Southern California, calls the internment of Japanese …

Whining and Dining | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Whining and Dining | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

After arriving at Harvard this past fall, I didn’t expect to be shocked by the mealtimes. Dinner here starts around 5 p.m. and ends at 7:15 p.m. in most dining halls, …

The Great Grape Debate | Magazine – Harvard Crimson

The Great Grape Debate | Magazine  Harvard Crimson

In November of 1997, the Fruit of the Loom logo, once relegated to tags on the underwear of dowdy freshmen boys, found itself on 400 posters throughout …

Harvard’s Endowment Is Political, We Know That Already | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Harvard’s Endowment Is Political, We Know That Already | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

The students of the Harvard Prison Divestment Campaign launched their petition to divest Harvard’s endowment from prisons and companies that significantly …

‘Which Side Are You On?’: Harvard Affiliates, Cambridge Residents Condemn University Ties To Saudi Arabia | News – Harvard Crimson

‘Which Side Are You On?’: Harvard Affiliates, Cambridge Residents Condemn University Ties To Saudi Arabia | News  Harvard Crimson

Roughly 100 Cambridge residents — including several Harvard and MIT affiliates — gathered at the Cambridge Public Library Wednesday to call on local …

Coding a Better Future | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Coding a Better Future | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

Embedded EthiCS, a collaborative initiative between the Computer Science and Philosophy Departments, now offers a dozen courses, tripling its size since …

A Year After Allegations of Sexual Misconduct, Students Reiterate Demand For External Review of Dominguez | News – Harvard Crimson

A Year After Allegations of Sexual Misconduct, Students Reiterate Demand For External Review of Dominguez | News  Harvard Crimson

Exactly one year after 10 women publicly accused Government Professor Emeritus Jorge I. Dominguez of sexual misconduct, Government students reiterated …

Mass. Attorney General’s Office Found Student-Run Harvard Shop Owed Employees $46,000, Violated Labor Laws | News – Harvard Crimson

Mass. Attorney General’s Office Found Student-Run Harvard Shop Owed Employees $46,000, Violated Labor Laws | News  Harvard Crimson

The Mass. Attorney General’s Office found that The Harvard Shop violated Massachusetts labor laws and owed employees $46,276.38 in unpaid wages.

In Support of Amnesty | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

In Support of Amnesty | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

In an interview nearly two weeks ago, Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana said that the College plans to review its “amnesty policy” in response to an internal …

HUHS Director Barreira Raises Concerns About Expanding Access to Naloxone on Campus | News – Harvard Crimson

HUHS Director Barreira Raises Concerns About Expanding Access to Naloxone on Campus | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard University Health Services Director Paul J. Barreira raised concerns about the logistics of expanding access to naloxone, a drug used to reverse the …

What Happens Next with Title IX: DeVos’s Proposed Rule, Explained | News – Harvard Crimson

What Happens Next with Title IX: DeVos’s Proposed Rule, Explained | News  Harvard Crimson

Here’s what we know so far about the rule’s future and how universities will be expected to comply. By Simone C. Chu and Iris M. Lewis, Crimson Staff Writers.

Former Colombian President Santos to Deliver 2019 Harvard Kennedy School Graduation Address | News – Harvard Crimson

Former Colombian President Santos to Deliver 2019 Harvard Kennedy School Graduation Address | News  Harvard Crimson

Former Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos will deliver the Harvard Kennedy School’s 2019 graduation address, Kennedy School Dean Douglas W.

Lil Pump Releases ‘Harverd Dropout,’ But Did He Save the Rap Game? | Arts – Harvard Crimson

Lil Pump Releases ‘Harverd Dropout,’ But Did He Save the Rap Game? | Arts  Harvard Crimson

Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, and Matt Damon typically top the list when discussing successful dropouts of Harvard University, but a newer, younger artist is out to …

Harvard Announces Inaugural Gender Equity Summit | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Announces Inaugural Gender Equity Summit | News  Harvard Crimson

University President Lawrence S. Bacow’s office announced Harvard will host its first gender equity summit — “Harvard Hears You: The 2019 Summit for Gender …

Harvard Economists Join Policy Proposal to Combat Climate Change | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Economists Join Policy Proposal to Combat Climate Change | News  Harvard Crimson

More than 3,300 economists, a number of whom are Harvard affiliates, signed the “Economists’ Statement on Carbon Dividends,” calling for a bipartisan climate …

Postpone the Drop Deadline | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Postpone the Drop Deadline | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

Yesterday was the fifth Monday of the semester, the last day to add or drop a course at Harvard. Of course, switching into a new class after missing four weeks of …

Harvard Launches ‘Climate Review’ of Winthrop Over Concerns About Sullivan’s Representation of Weinstein | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Launches ‘Climate Review’ of Winthrop Over Concerns About Sullivan’s Representation of Weinstein | News  Harvard Crimson

Former Dean of Freshmen Thomas A. Dingman ’67 will lead a climate review to address concerns from Winthrop House residents over Faculty Dean Ronald S.

HUPD Investigating Winthrop House Graffiti Calling for Sullivan’s Removal | News – Harvard Crimson

HUPD Investigating Winthrop House Graffiti Calling for Sullivan’s Removal | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard University police are investigating graffiti found Monday morning that called for Winthrop House Faculty Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. to step down from …

Smith Center Sleeping Incidents Indicate Greater Problems | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Smith Center Sleeping Incidents Indicate Greater Problems | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

Recent incidents of people falling asleep in the Smith Campus Center have prompted action from security staff and campus police officers, who have responded …

Indexing Graduate Students’ Stipend | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

Indexing Graduate Students’ Stipend | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

In a welcome turn of events, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences recently announced a 3 percent increase in the stipend for Ph.D. students on financial aid …

Harvard Security Guard Alleges Retaliation, Files Complaint | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Security Guard Alleges Retaliation, Files Complaint | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard School of Public Health security guard Joseph G. Bartuah filed a complaint with the Massachusetts State Attorney General’s Office earlier this month, …

Harvard Students Take Inaugural Umrah Trip | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Students Take Inaugural Umrah Trip | News  Harvard Crimson

During a reflection event Saturday evening, Muslim students looked back on their journey — both spiritual and physical — to Saudi Arabia over winter break as a …

We Testified, It’s Time for Action | Opinion – Harvard Crimson

We Testified, It’s Time for Action | Opinion  Harvard Crimson

We’re tired. We’re busy with classes, homework, and extracurriculars. But we still took the witness stand in the federal Harvard admissions trial on Oct. 29, doing …

Harvard Joins New Action Collaborative to Research Sexual Harassment Prevention | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Joins New Action Collaborative to Research Sexual Harassment Prevention | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard has joined an “Action Collaborative” that will perform further research on sexual harassment in academia in response to a report on sexual harassment …

Students Call on Harvard Administrators to Remove Winthrop Dean Sullivan From His Post | News – Harvard Crimson

Students Call on Harvard Administrators to Remove Winthrop Dean Sullivan From His Post | News  Harvard Crimson

More than 50 students called for College administrators to remove Winthrop Faculty Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., from his post at a rally in front of Massachusetts …

Tufts Lecturer Arrested for ‘Peeping and Spying’ in Harvard Pool Locker Room | News – Harvard Crimson

Tufts Lecturer Arrested for ‘Peeping and Spying’ in Harvard Pool Locker Room | News  Harvard Crimson

Tufts lecturer and Harvard Business School graduate Kaiser K. Fung, 45, was arrested for surreptitiously photographing a Harvard affiliate in the men’s locker …

Harvard, University Coalitions Criticize DeVos Title IX Changes | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard, University Coalitions Criticize DeVos Title IX Changes | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard, in conjunction with a coalition of universities across Massachusetts and the country, slammed United States Secretary of Education Betsy D. DeVos’s …

Harvard Faces Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over 2015 Student Suicide | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Faces Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over 2015 Student Suicide | News  Harvard Crimson

Harvard is currently facing a wrongful death lawsuit accusing the University and several of its employees of negligence in their care for a Harvard undergraduate …

The Harvard Crimson just appointed this student as its editor — here’s why it’s a big deal – CNBC

The Harvard Crimson just appointed this student as its editor — here’s why it’s a big deal  CNBC

Kristine Guillaume will lead The Harvard Crimson next year, making her the third black president and first black woman to oversee the organization since its …

Harvard Admissions Trial Will Stretch Into 2019 with New Hearing, Filings | News – Harvard Crimson

Harvard Admissions Trial Will Stretch Into 2019 with New Hearing, Filings | News  Harvard Crimson

The high-stakes and high-profile Harvard admissions trial may stretch well into 2019, per new details announced in a Wednesday court order. The trial, the latest …

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