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Today's Stories
  • The allegations against Abramson evoke comparisons between University policies for responding to undergraduates who commit academic dishonesty and procedures concerning faculty misconduct.
  • If Harvard opens an investigation into Abramson, she too will be subjected to a potentially months-long process involving two investigatory committees, one of which will submit a report to FAS Dean Claudine Gay, who will then decide Abramson’s fate.
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  • De Blasio told event attendees that the combative attitudes of Long Island City community members should not have deterred Amazon from following through with its plans.
  • When asked by Kennedy School student Korey M. Te Hira about a potential 2020 presidential bid, de Blasio said that he has not ruled out the idea.
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  • Of the thirteen-member graduate student union bargaining team, only one person had participated previously in union contract negotiations.
  • Over the summer, the bargaining committee met with staff members from United Automobile Workers – their organizational partner – to learn the ropes.
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  • Participation in Datamatch, a free matchmaking service run by the Harvard Computer Society, more than doubled from last year’s numbers due to the program’s expansion to nine additional schools across the country.
  • This year, Datamatch funded approximately 1,000 Harvard dates at Flour Bakery, Zinneken's Waffles, Berryline, and El Jefe’s Taqueria as well as at the Hasty Pudding Theatricals annual Valentine’s Day show.
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