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Harvard Undergraduate Arrested, Sparking Allegations of Police Brutality

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A black College student was arrested Friday night for charges including indecent exposure and assault after a physical confrontation with law enforcement. Some witnesses are calling the arrest an incident of police brutality.

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Harvard General Counsel ‘Involved’ in Examining Student’s Arrest, Davis Says

Davis said Sunday that Harvard’s Office of General Counsel and Massachusetts Hall are “involved” in examining the Friday arrest of a black Harvard undergraduate.

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Student Groups Host Discussion on Admissions Lawsuit

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Students gathered Saturday to discuss the effects of the ongoing lawsuit alleging Harvard discriminates against Asian-American applicants in its admissions process.

Harvard Raises $9.1 Billion in Capital Campaign

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Harvard has raised $9.1 billion as part of its ongoing capital campaign as of March 31, according to a dean of the University and multiple alumni who attended a celebratory event in Sanders Theater Saturday afternoon.

After Forcible Arrest of Black Student, Harvard Affiliates Meet, Reflect, and Organize

In the wake of the forcible arrest of a black Harvard undergraduate Friday, hundreds of University affiliates came together across campus to discuss the incident, share frustrations, and plan a response.

Joan Pinck, Advocate for Women’s Rights, Business School Administrator and Lecturer, Dies at 89

Pinck, an advocate for women’s rights, was one of the first female administrators at the Business School, holding positions as an assistant dean and lecturer. She died March 10 at age 89.

Harvard General Counsel ‘Involved’ in Examining Student’s Arrest, Davis Says

Davis said Sunday that Harvard’s Office of General Counsel and Massachusetts Hall are “involved” in examining the Friday arrest of a black Harvard undergraduate.

Harvard Raises $9.1 Billion in Capital Campaign

Mass Hall, Fall 2017

Harvard has raised $9.1 billion as part of its ongoing capital campaign as of March 31, according to a dean of the University and multiple alumni who attended a celebratory event in Sanders Theater Saturday afternoon.

After Forcible Arrest of Black Student, Harvard Affiliates Meet, Reflect, and Organize

In the wake of the forcible arrest of a black Harvard undergraduate Friday, hundreds of University affiliates came together across campus to discuss the incident, share frustrations, and plan a response.

Allston, Brighton Residents Form Housing Coalition

More than 100 Allston and Brighton homeowners and renters joined a grassroots coalition over the past week.

Advocate for BGLTQ Christians Presents 'Affirming' Reading of Scripture

Biblical scholar and queer rights activist Matthew R. Vines argued for a BGLTQ-accepting reading of the Bible to a crowd of around fifty College and graduate students Saturday.

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Toward a Shared College Experience

The creation of the DSO is a critical step in the ongoing process of integrating freshmen into upperclassmen life.

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The Indies: Threatened, But Thriving

On one side stands Amazon—vast, convenient, and cheap. On the other side stands small bookstores, promoting what Ryan L. Raffaelli, a Harvard Business School professor studying the industry, calls “the 3 C’s”: community, convening, and curation.

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Lucy Hale and Tyler Posey Are in Their Element in ‘Truth or Dare’

Lucy Hale and Tyler Posey are no strangers to supernatural thrillers and young adult humor.

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‘Game Night’ Sacrifices Plot for Humor

“Game Night” can’t hide the fact that without its humor, its unbacked storyline would be utterly uninteresting.

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‘Violent Femmes’ Still Sounds Fresh, But Flails in the Age of #MeToo

“Violent Femmes” serves as yet another reminder that cultural touchstones aren’t morally infallible.

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Men's Hockey 2017-2018 Season Recap

“The season was basically characterized by learning curves,” said tri-captain forward Jake Horton. “It gave a lot of guys...that didn’t necessarily get those experiences over the past few years...the experience that they’re going to need to be great [next] season.”

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Top-10 Ranked Women's and Men's Crews Secure Multiple Wins

The No. 2 men's lightweight crew erupted off the starting line and never looked back, finishing eight seconds ahead of the Big Green and nine seconds ahead of the Engineers in a time of 5:45.126.

Baseball

Zavolas Throws No-Hitter but Baseball Drops Two of Three to Yale

No shortage of confidence could be found on the squad as the Bad Boys of Boston drove down to West Haven, Conn., last Friday to take on conference leader Yale, and the three-game tilt started off with a bang.

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