Lee has been a member of the 13-person Harvard Corporation since 2010. He is also a partner at WilmerHale, the law firm representing the University in the lawsuit.
With red lanyards around their necks, nearly 1,400 prospective members of Harvard’s Class of 2022 explored campus during the 2018 iteration of Visitas.
UC leaders urged eligible students to vote in the student unionization election taking place Wednesday and Thursday.
Students gathered Saturday to discuss the effects of the ongoing lawsuit alleging Harvard discriminates against Asian-American applicants in its admissions process.
Harvard College has seen an 8.9 percent increase in international applicants while other universities have observed their applications from foreign students fall.
Several advocacy groups filed briefings urging Harvard to make its admissions data public over the weekend. Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions directly sparred over the issue in clashing briefs both parties filed Friday.
Lee's criticism comes on the heels of the Justice Department’s Friday filing, in which the federal agency argued for the unsealing of data related to Harvard's admissions process.
A small portion of redacted Harvard admissions data—including applicants’ files and internal correspondence between admissions officers—will likely soon become public.