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HLS Will Require Firms to Disclose Agreements Governing Harassment Allegations

Students at Harvard and other schools have raised concerns in recent months that the agreements will cover up harassment and discrimination.

82 Percent of Admits Plan to Join Class of 2022

Around 82 percent of students admitted to the Class of 2022 have accepted their offers of admission so far, though more students will be admitted from the waitlist in the coming months.

Senators Call on Faust to Increase Public Service Funding

The letter expresses concerns that unpaid internships in the public sector will only be available to students who have “more financial resources.”

Social Groups’ Grad Boards Could Pose Obstacle to Avoiding Sanctions Under New Plan

Harvard could deny recognition—and exemption from the College’s sanctions—to student social groups whose graduate boards it determines exert too much sway over the organizations.

Faust Penned Letter to Stefanik Arguing Against Legislation that Could Imperil Sanctions

"I worry [the legislation] represents an effort by Congress to regulate student life and the shape and character of private institutions in a way that threatens to undermine that diversity of choice and experience," Faust wrote.

Faust Made $1.5 Million in 2016

Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith, who is stepping down at the end of the year, made $701,956 in total salary and benefits in 2016, while Provost Alan M. Garber ’76 and made $871,960.

Employee Planned Show Containing Anti-Semitism, Nudity in Harvard Workplace During Work Hours

Harvard employee Eric Clopper filmed promotional videos and planned his controversial one-man performance during work hours and in his workplace, the Language Resource Center in Lamont Library.

Harvard ‘Investigating’ After Swastika Found at School of Public Health

The symbol was formed of thumb tacks and posted on a bulletin board marketing epidemiology job postings on the fifth floor of the school’s Kresge Building.

Drew Faust

Inside Harvard’s New 'Front Door': The Smith Campus Center

When completed, the Smith Campus Center will stand out as the crown jewel of University President Drew G. Faust’s Common Spaces initiative.

Politics

Government, History Professors Weigh In On Leaving Iran Deal

Several Harvard social science professors criticized President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal.

Faculty

University to Require Faculty and Staff to Complete Title IX Online Training

Faculty and staff across Harvard will be required to complete an online training on the University’s sexual and gender-based harassment policy starting in the fall.

College

UC Voting Records Were Editable by All College Students

For months, the online voting records of the UC could be altered by any student with a valid College email address.

Religion

Harvard ‘Reviewing’ Employee’s Nude, Anti-Semitic Rant in Sanders Theatre

​Harvard is “reviewing” reports that University employee Eric Clopper made anti-Semitic comments and stripped to the nude during a public performance in Sanders Theatre.

Crime

Four Thousand Dollars of Equipment Stolen from Quad Sound Studios

Student Groups

Despite Demand for Counselors of Color, CAMHS Chief Says Agency Unable to Hire More Staff

Undergraduate Council

UC Debuts Revamped Website

Research

Harvard Researchers Trace Embryo Development

Final Clubs

Social Group Coalitions Spent $90,000 Lobbying On Anti-Sanctions Bill in First Quarter of 2018

FAS

Nearly Half of Surveyed Faculty Ambivalent About Bacow

​Roughly 45 percent of surveyed Harvard faculty reported feeling neither satisfied nor dissatisfied with the choice of Lawrence S. Bacow as Harvard’s next president.

Student Groups

As Admins Urge Disaffiliation, Report Shows Parent Group Gave $600,000 to HCFA in 2017

​Christian Union—the parent group for Harvard College Faith and Action, a campus Christian group currently on "administrative probation"—reported over $600,000 in expenditures for HCFA in 2017.

Boston

Boston Blazes Trail With New Recreational Marijuana Zoning Regulations

​The Boston Zoning Commission voted last month to approve zoning regulations for recreational marijuana businesses in Boston.

Cambridge

After Construction Debacle, Holden Green Residents Seek 'Systemic Change' to University Housing

Harvard ultimately reimbursed residents in the University-owned Holden Green apartment building three months' worth of rent to compensate for disruption caused by construction.

Harvard Business School

Business School to Update Title IX Training Modules

Harvard Business School has updated its Title IX training modules on sexual harassment amid criticisms of the trainings.

Central Administration

21 Vie For Seats on Union Bargaining Committee

Harvard Square

Harvard Replants Trees at Smith Campus Center

Allston

For First Time, Arts First Travels to Allston

Student Groups

Students Hold ‘Emergency’ Meeting To Discuss Harvard's Response to Faith Group

Graduate School of Design

Female Faculty at GSD Sign Statement Against Sexual, Racial Misconduct

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