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Joyce E. Kim

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Dean of Students Dunne Again Threatens ‘Increased Sanctions’ for Students at Yard Encampment

Dean of Students Thomas Dunne said in a Saturday email to undergraduates that the pro-Palestine encampment in Harvard Yard has disturbed freshmen students trying to study for final exams and issued another warning that protesters will face disciplinary action.

Day 2 of Harvard Yard Encampment Faces Greater Threat of Disciplinary Action

As the encampment in Harvard Yard entered its second day, College administrators broke their silence on the demonstration, warning protesters that the encampment violated Harvard’s rules against erecting tents or tables in the Yard and threatening disciplinary action.

Jury Finds CAMHS Employee Melanie Northrop Not Guilty of Negligence in 2015 Student Suicide

Melanie G. Northrop, a Harvard Counseling and Mental Health Services employee who served as the case manager for Luke Z. Tang ’18, was found not guilty of “negligence and carelessness” in her care for Tang, a student who died by suicide in 2015.

Harvard College Dean Khurana Defends PSC Suspension, Rejects Accusations of Bias

Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana defended the decision to suspend the Palestine Solidarity Committee and rejected accusations that the action unfairly targeted pro-Palestine student activists in an interview on Tuesday.

Attorneys Present Closing Arguments in Wrongful Death Trial Against CAMHS Employee

Attorneys for Harvard Counseling and Mental Health Services employee Melanie G. Northrop said Luke Z. Tang ’18 chose not to pursue treatment prior to his death during closing arguments on the final day of the wrongful death trial on Monday.

Harvard Suspends Palestine Solidarity Committee Amid Wave of Protests on College Campuses

Harvard College suspended the Harvard Undergraduate Palestine Solidarity Committee and ordered the group to “cease all organizational activities for the remainder of the Spring 2024 term” or risk permanent expulsion.