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THE UNIVERSITY DAILY, EST. 1873 TODAY'S PAPER Volume CXLV, No. 84

It'll Be Just Like You're in Cambridge

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Today's Stories
  • “Clear admit; one to recruit,” one reviewer wrote of Harvard applicant Thang Q. Diep ’19. The reviewer then checked a box next to the words “Diamond in the rough.”
  • The comments in Diep's admissions file — made public in a court filing — shed light on Harvard's admissions process and what it takes to be "Harvard material."
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  • Harvard and the University of Michigan will work together on initiatives and summits to address economic opportunity and the opioid epidemic, the universities announced Wednesday.
  • The collaboration comes as University President Lawrence S. Bacow is scheduled to speak in Michigan — his home state — this week.
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  • A group of faculty, students, and staff will huddle with Bacow this fall to discuss ways to support Harvard affiliates impacted by Trump's immigration policies.
  • The group is particularly concerned about DACA and TPS, two programs Trump has worked to roll back.
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  • Every Harvard dorm will now provide free menstrual products.
  • The move marks the culmination of two years of student activism around the issue.
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  • The Harvard Kennedy School is gearing up for the upcoming midterm elections by introducing a University-wide voting challenge.
  • The challenge is part of several efforts at HKS to increase voter turnout among young people.
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