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President Faust's Office

Faculty, Students Hold Prison Education Reform Event

Attendees demanded Harvard implement a degree-granting program for incarcerated people and lower barriers to the admission of individuals with criminal records.


UC Finance Committee Recommends Legislation to Ban Funding for HCFA

The Undergraduate Council’s finance committee voted to recommend legislation that would bar religious group Harvard College Faith and Action from all Council funding.

Jorge Dominguez

Gov Grad Students Send Letter Demanding More Action on Dominguez

The same day the graduate students sent the letter, administrators announced the department was undertaking several initiatives in response to the allegations.

New Racial Order

Gov Dept Forms Committee to Investigate Climate Post-Dominguez

Administrators also outlined a series of steps the department is taking to address academic and cultural concerns surrounding the allegations.

Jorge Dominguez

Gov. Profs, TFs Reach Out to Students After Dominguez Allegations

In the wake of sexual harassment allegations against Government Professor Jorge I. Dominguez, department affiliates reached out to students in support.

University Hall, Fall 2017

News Analysis: Univ. May Pursue Title IX Inquiry into Dominguez

Harvard is launching an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment by Government Prof. Dominguez—an inquiry that may take shape as a Title IX investigation.

Massachusetts Hall, Fall 2017

In Wake of Dominguez Allegations, Harvard Asks Affiliates to Come Forward

Harvard is asking affiliates who have experienced “inappropriate behavior” to come forward after new sexual misconduct allegations against Gov. Professor Dominguez.

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Student Life

Students Voice Concern, Frustration After Dominguez Harassment Accusations At Forum

The meeting followed reports that Government Professor Jorge I. Dominguez had sexually harassed at least 10 women across the past 30 years.

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Housing Market 2018

Flyby Blog is proud to present 2018's Housing Market. Check out our breakdown of each of Harvard's 12 undergraduate Houses.

President Search Feature

A Familiar Face, A Diverse Portfolio

Bacow, according to many of his colleagues at Tufts and MIT, is no stranger to challenges of diversity and inclusion—and his past actions might hint at how he will tackle these issues from Massachusetts Hall.

TPS Rally
On Campus

Students, Workers Rally to Support TPS Recipients

More than fifty people rallied in Harvard Yard on Wednesday afternoon to support workers with Temporary Protected Status.

Admissions Office

Student Groups Call for Transparency in Legacy Admissions

Harvard students and alumni, along with organizations across 11 other colleges, called for greater transparency in the use of “legacy preferences” in a Feb. 14 letter.

A Recurring Fight

College Cancels ‘Bridge’ Program For All-Female Social Groups

The College canceled a proposed “bridge” program that would have allowed traditionally all-female final clubs and sororities a longer period of time to go gender-neutral.

Longwood Students Protest Gun Violence
Harvard Medical School

Longwood Students Protest Gun Violence

Harvard affiliates at the Longwood medical campus took a group photo to protest gun violence in the wake of a school shooting in Parkland, Fla.

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Front and Center

As the landscape of affinity groups on campus has evolved, a consistent theme has been the struggle for space—space to gather, space to make minority voices heard, and space in the University consciousness as a whole.