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Angela N. Fu

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Counseling and Mental Health Services
Student Groups

Despite Demand for Counselors of Color, CAMHS Chief Says Agency Unable to Hire More Staff

Students have called on the University’s Counseling and Mental Health Services to hire more people of color, but the agency’s budget currently makes hiring more counselors infeasible.


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.

Divide Long Exposure
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.

Approval Ratings of Admin and Departmental Breakdown

Nearly Half of Surveyed Faculty Do Not Believe Harvard Provides Sufficient Departmental Support

The survey also revealed that a majority of respondents believe University President Drew G. Faust, Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana, and Dean of FAS Michael D. Smith are doing “good” or “very good” jobs.

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.

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.

BSOC Protest Three

Hundreds of Harvard Affiliates Sign Letter Demanding Reform After Black Student's Arrest

The letter states the black student’s forcible arrest proves that Harvard University Health Services and Harvard University Police Department are “not adequately equipped” to serve students.

University Hall

Faculty Council Approves Courses, Hears Presentations on Extension School, Allston

The Faculty Council approved a preliminary list of courses for the 2018-2019 academic year and heard presentations on a potential Extension School program.


Similar 2006 Arrest of Non-Black Student Saw 'No Punches'

​Last Friday’s arrest of a black Harvard undergraduate does not mark the first time local authorities physically confronted and arrested a naked College student under the influence of drugs.

Student Groups

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.

Judith Singer

Faculty of Arts and Sciences Reaches Gender Parity in Sciences Tenure Track

The Faculty of Arts and Sciences has reached gender parity in the tenure-track of the sciences division for the first time, according to a diversity report released Thursday.

Faculty Meeting
FAS Administration

FAS Council Hears Proposal to Dissolve Committee on Human Subject Research

At their Wednesday meeting, the Faculty Council heard a proposal to dissolve a FAS committee on human subjects in research, as well as updates on unionization and SEAS.

Dean Smith

Smith Reflects on Deanship, Looks to Future

​Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith said the time felt “right” to step down from his position in an interview last week.

Mike Smith at Convocation

Faculty of Arts and Sciences Has Filed Title IX Complaint Against Dominguez

​The Faculty of Arts and Sciences has filed a formal Title IX complaint against Government Professor Jorge I. Dominguez, according to correspondence obtained by The Crimson.

SEAS Increases Career Advising

Faculty Vote to Approve Environmental Engineering Concentration

The Faculty unanimously voted for its creation, bringing the total number of concentrations offered to undergraduates up to 50.