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Madeleine A. Hung

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Harvard Yard Encampment Not Affiliated with PSC, Organizers Say

The organizers behind a pro-Palestine encampment in Harvard Yard insisted that the demonstration was not organized by the Palestine Solidarity Committee, a clarification that protesters made amid heightened concerns about the potential for disciplinary action against the PSC and its individual members.

‘A Party for 26 Miles’: Harvard Students Run 2024 Boston Marathon

Tens of thousands of spectators cheered, played music, and held handmade signs at the 128th Boston Marathon on Monday. In 70 degree heat, runners — among them several Harvard College students and recent alumni — traversed a hilly 26.2 miles from Hopkinton to the Copley Square finish line.

Amid Turmoil, Dean of Students Dunne Rebuffs Calls to Abolish HUA

Harvard College Dean of Students Thomas Dunne said he would not endorse abolishing the Harvard Undergraduate Association or its co-presidency in a Wednesday interview with The Crimson, calling student governance “really important.”

Cornel West, Harvard Affiliates Call for University to Divest from ‘Israeli Apartheid’ at Rally

Former Harvard professor and independent presidential candidate Cornel R. West ’74 spoke in solidarity with Palestine and slammed what he called the “corporatization” of the University during a rally in Science Center Plaza on Friday afternoon.