At the March 9 meeting, Davis said some administrators worried Harvard would be perceived as waging war on Christianity if the College punished HCFA further, according to four students in attendance.
Harvard admins have proposed giving the groups new space in the Quadrangle Recreational Athletic Center, an athletic facility in the Quad.
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.
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.
Certain historic features like the pool theater and the former suite of President Franklin D. Roosevelt will be preserved when Adams House undergoes renovations, starting in spring 2019.
At least five student groups will lose their current office spaces in the Student Organization Center at Hilles as part of a College effort to reduce the number of SOCH office occupants.