Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Roland S. Davis will step down from his role at the end of September for “personal reasons,” after one year in the job.
Prior to a 1984 split, final clubs affiliated with Harvard could count on use of the school's telephone line, discounted steam heating, and little oversight. Today — for the three newly recognized clubs — things will work a little differently.
The historically all-male Fox Club and the Delphic-Bee Club are the only unexpected names on a list of recognized social groups that administrators posted Friday.
In his first speech to students as Harvard's president, Bacow gave the wide-eyed freshmen homework: registering to vote.
The Pleiades Society, the IC Club, and La Vie Club — the last three women-only final clubs left standing — have agreed to admit people of all genders and applied for College recognition, according to an email obtained by The Crimson.
In an email titled “Welcome Home” and sent to students on Monday, Khurana devoted four paragraphs to the ongoing lawsuit charging Harvard discriminates against Asian Americans in its admissions process.
Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana said the College’s goal is to “make sure that something like this doesn’t happen again.”
Amanda Claybaugh will replace Jay M. Harris, starting July 1. Harris, who has served as dean since 2003, announced he would step down in Dec. 2017.
In an interview Thursday, Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana said he wants students to understand that every choice he makes as dean is intended to “create a better experience" for them.