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Lucy Wang

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More Than Quarter of Surveyed Profs Say They Know Dept Member Who Experienced Sexual Harassment

Roughly 30 percent of surveyed members of the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences say they know at least one person in their department who has experienced sexual harassment.

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Front Photo Feature

52 Minutes: Inside the Arrest of a Black Harvard Student

The Crimson annotates an official timeline of the arrest of a black undergraduate April 13 that sparked allegations of police brutality and led to questions over who was contacted to come to the student's aid and why.

Lamont Outside Night

Employee Planned Show Containing Anti-Semitism, Nudity in Harvard Workplace During Work Hours

Harvard employee Eric Clopper filmed promotional videos and planned his controversial one-man performance during work hours and in his workplace, the Language Resource Center in Lamont Library.

Eric Clopper flyer

Harvard ‘Reviewing’ Employee’s Nude, Anti-Semitic Rant in Sanders Theatre

​Harvard is “reviewing” reports that University employee Eric Clopper made anti-Semitic comments and stripped to the nude during a public performance in Sanders Theatre.

Faculty Meeting

Bacow Discusses FAS Dean Search at Faculty Meeting

President-elect Lawrence S. Bacow updated meeting attendees on the search and said he is still collecting input from faculty members and department chairs.

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Eighty-Eight Percent of Surveyed Harvard Faculty Believe Trump Has Done a ‘Very Poor’ Job as President

The faculty survey revealed that the vast majority of respondents identify as “liberal” or “very liberal,” and that a similarly large majority of FAS voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016.

Drew G. Faust
Drew Faust

Faust Forms Committee to ‘Review’ Lead-Up to Arrest of Black Student

Faust has formed a “review committee” to determine the exact “sequence of events” leading to the forcible arrest of a black undergraduate April 13 and to undertake a “systematic examination” of a wide variety of Harvard policies.

Faculty Meeting

Faculty to Vote on New Ph.D. Program, Next Years’ Courses

Though many courses still have not finalized their schedules or section information, the Faculty Council gave its initial approval of the courses at its meeting last week.

To Serve Better Thy Country
Central Administration

Faust, Walsh Celebrate $1 Million Milestone in Harvard-Allston Partnership Fund

The Harvard-Allston Partnership Fund has given $1 million in grants to local nonprofits over the past decade.

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Radcliffe Institute

Brown-Nagin Named Radcliffe Dean

Brown-Nagin is a Law School Professor, a Professor of History, the the co-director of the Program in Law and History, and the Faculty Director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice.

BSOC Protest One

'Treat Me, Don't Beat Me'

More than 200 Harvard students and affiliates, many with red duct tape over their mouths, protested in Harvard Yard Saturday to demand reform to University policies they say led to the forcible arrest of a black College student April 13.


Dancing Through Eleganza's Past

Eleganza was not always the dance party it is today. It was founded as part of BlackCAST, and has since expanded past its origins.

Dean Dingman

Freshmen, Proctors Say They Feel Uncertain for Future After Arrest

Freshmen and proctors said they feel uncertain for the future at a meeting with administrators to address Friday's arrest of a black College student.

Marc C. McGovern
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Cambridge Mayor McGovern Calls Video of Harvard Student's Arrest ‘Disturbing’

Cambridge Mayor Marc C. McGovern called video footage of a CPD officer repeatedly punching a black Harvard undergraduate before arresting him Friday “disturbing."

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After Forcible Arrest of Black Student, Harvard Affiliates Meet, Reflect, and Organize

In the wake of the forcible arrest of a black Harvard undergraduate Friday, hundreds of University affiliates came together across campus to discuss the incident, share frustrations, and plan a response.