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Today's Stories
  • Students on campus joined millions of others across the country riveted by what many have described as the most contentious Supreme Court confirmation process in decades.
  • “I don’t want to speak for all women but I think that most of us can probably see ourselves in that experience,” Law Student Haley R. Adams said. “Maybe not in quite as formal as a setting, but in a situation in which we are trying our best to convey an experience and being doubted and questioned, and it’s really horrifying to watch and it’s exhausting.”
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  • The Faculty Council approved the creation of a committee to develop a proposal for early registration —which would replace shopping week — at its biweekly meeting Wednesday.
  • The Wednesday vote is the latest development in an ongoing discussion to alter the way students enroll in classes.
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  • Around 40 Harvard students and administrators gathered in Kirkland House’s Senior Common Room Thursday night to honor Ahmed S. Gondal ’18, who died suddenly earlier this week.
  • "He had this radiant smile that he would have on his face every time I saw him," Kirkland resident dean Soha Bayoumi said.
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  • Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion Roland S. Davis will step down from his role at the end of September for “personal reasons,” Dean of Students Katherine G. O’Dair wrote in an email to students Thursday.
  • During his tenure, he advocated for a multicultural center on campus and helped students process the controversial arrest of a black undergraduate in April that prompted allegations of police brutality.
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  • Harvard Business School raised close to $1.4 billion in the University’s recently concluded capital campaign, surpassing the school’s original goal by nearly $400 million.
  • Nearly 27,000 individuals contributed to the campaign, including 59 percent of MBA alumni.
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