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Mayor McGovern Defends Cambridge’s Sanctuary City Status on ‘Fox and Friends’

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His comments follow various public statements from Trump that have proposed to release migrant detainees from the United States-Mexico border into sanctuary cities, areas where law enforcement do not actively pursue or detain undocumented immigrants living in the community.

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Braving Rain and Wind, Harvard Affiliates Conquer the Boston Marathon

Harvard students, alumni, and staff battled wind and intermittent rain to complete the 123rd running of the Boston Marathon on Monday.

Former University Treasurer and Founder of Harvard Management Company George Putnam Jr. Dies at 92

George Putnam Jr.

The great nephew of former University President Abbott Lawrence Lowell, Putnam created the Harvard Management Company — the firm that oversees the University’s multi-billion dollar endowment — and served as its first leader, which greatly influenced how universities manage their endowments.

HUHS Rejects Student Proposal to Make Naloxone Publicly Available on Campus

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Harvard University Health Services rejected two College students’ proposal to make naloxone — a nasal spray used to counter the effects of an opioid overdose — publicly accessible on the University’s campus.

Kennedy School Students Named Winners of Social Security Policy Challenge

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A team of six Harvard Kennedy School students won a “hackathon-style” Social Security policy challenge hosted by former Senator Heidi K. Heitkamp (D-ND) and Gary D. Cohn, former director of the National Economic Council for the Trump Administration, at the Institute of Politics Monday evening.

Graduate Student Union to Air National TV Ads on Harvard Sexual Harassment Protections

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The thirty-second advertisement — which will air on channels including CNN, MSNBC, and ESPN — opens with a narrator saying Harvard has a “world-class reputation, and a world-class #MeToo problem.” The campaign will also extend to billboards, radio, and digital media, according to the press release.

Dunster House Deans Axe Annual Goat Roast

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Bringing an end to a decades-old Dunster House tradition, Faculty Deans Cheryl K. Chen and Sean D. Kelly canceled the main event of the House’s annual goat roast: the skinning and barbecuing of a locally sourced goat in the courtyard.

Braving Rain and Wind, Harvard Affiliates Conquer the Boston Marathon

Harvard students, alumni, and staff battled wind and intermittent rain to complete the 123rd running of the Boston Marathon on Monday.

Kennedy School Students Named Winners of Social Security Policy Challenge

HKS New Campus

A team of six Harvard Kennedy School students won a “hackathon-style” Social Security policy challenge hosted by former Senator Heidi K. Heitkamp (D-ND) and Gary D. Cohn, former director of the National Economic Council for the Trump Administration, at the Institute of Politics Monday evening.

Graduate Student Union to Air National TV Ads on Harvard Sexual Harassment Protections

Bargainfest

The thirty-second advertisement — which will air on channels including CNN, MSNBC, and ESPN — opens with a narrator saying Harvard has a “world-class reputation, and a world-class #MeToo problem.” The campaign will also extend to billboards, radio, and digital media, according to the press release.

Harvard President Bacow Says Fencing Investigation Included University-Level Input

Bacow said Harvard’s investigation is meant to account for potential “vulnerabilities” in its admissions process in light of the nationwide admissions scandal and the allegations against the fencing coach.

UC Rejects Statement in Support of Undergraduate Who Filed Police Report About Confrontation With Winthrop Tutor

The UC voted against passing a statement of support for Danu A.K. Mudannayake ’20 — a student activist who has repeatedly called for Winthrop House Faculty Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. to step down after he announced he would represent Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein — at their general meeting Sunday.

OPINION

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Editorials

Prioritizing Public Service

In its search for a new dean of public service, we hope the committee tasked with filling the position prioritizes the selection of an individual capable of reinvigorating the public service internship process on campus for students.

Columns

Evangelizing Harvard

There are also these converts to the church, who have managed to overcome all these obstacles and then some. They have walked through the valley of the shadow of Richard Dawkins and have not been harmed.

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ARTS

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‘High Life’ Traffics in the Taboo

Fusing the abject and the sublime with stunning sleights of hand, Denis crafts a unique vision of deep space in this deliciously disturbing must-see.

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MFA’s ‘Gender Bending Fashion’ Magnifies the Shortcomings of Representation in Fashion

I desperately wanted to love this exhibit, and there were parts of it that I did. But what the exhibit ultimately magnifies is the pervasive whiteness and straightness of the fashion industry.

Ephemera

Ephemera

When it heals, the blood is still trapped under skin. Buried.

SPORTS

Sports Features

As a Tandem, Harvard Senior to Compete with Lifelong Friend in Boston Marathon

Jacob Russell '19 and his friend Patrick Dewey will be among just 10 tandems allowed to run the Boston Marathon next Monday.

Women's Rugby

Women’s Rugby Captures Ivy League 7s Title in Overtime Thriller

Harvard went 3-1 at the Ivy 7's Championship over the weekend, winning the tournament for the first time since 2015-16.

Women's Lacrosse

Hometown Heroes: High School Teammates Reunite on Harvard Women’s Lacrosse

With seven duos from high school linking again in college, the team’s locker room atmosphere is strong.

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