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Cambridge Police Will Add Office to Monitor Racial Bias, Use of Force

Through the new office, which will be called the Office of Procedural Justice, Cambridge Police hopes to show a commitment to transparency and responsibility by analyzing citizens’ confrontations with the police.

Unionization Vote

Polling Shows Pro-Union Voters More Likely to Feel Dissatisfied with Harvard’s Advising, Financial Support

Students who voted in favor of unionization last week were more likely to report feeling dissatisfied with Harvard’s advising and financial support systems, according to exit polling data collected by The Crimson.

Six Undergrads Win Inaugural ‘Transcript Project’

Transcript Project Presentation

To participate in the inaugural Transcript Project, a contest for undergraduates, students submitted a piece of work that reflected on their academic experiences at Harvard not captured by their grades.

College Students Excited for New Education Secondary

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The new secondary is designed as an interdisciplinary approach to education, with classes focusing on education policy, the sociological and economic impacts of education, as well as pedagogy.

Corporation Senior Fellow Bill Lee Serving as Lead Trial Lawyer in Affirmative Action Lawsuit

William F. Lee

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.

Medical School Building Sale Nears Close

George Daley

The building, located between Vanderbilt Hall and the New Research Building on the school’s Longwood campus, has been on the market for at least five months.

Law School Alumni Criticize Dean in Open Letter

Ralph Nader: A Critical Guest

The seven alumni wrote an open letter Monday asking Dean John F. Manning ‘82 if he intends to publicly respond to a report published last fall that criticizes the school’s commitment to public interest.

Polling Shows Pro-Union Voters More Likely to Feel Dissatisfied with Harvard’s Advising, Financial Support

Students who voted in favor of unionization last week were more likely to report feeling dissatisfied with Harvard’s advising and financial support systems, according to exit polling data collected by The Crimson.

Corporation Senior Fellow Bill Lee Serving as Lead Trial Lawyer in Affirmative Action Lawsuit

William F. Lee

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.

Medical School Building Sale Nears Close

George Daley

The building, located between Vanderbilt Hall and the New Research Building on the school’s Longwood campus, has been on the market for at least five months.

HKS Launches Fellowship for Palestinian Students

The Rawabi Fellowship for Leaders from Palestine is a new “merit-based, competitive” program for Kennedy School students who identify as Palestinian, targeted specifically at those with financial need.

From Harvard to the Hill: Chuck Schumer’s Years at the College

Before he hobnobbed with the University's president, Schumer was just another undergraduate at the College.

OPINION

Editorials

The UC’s Summer Storage Subsidy is a Mixed Bag

The UC’s allocation of funds to subsidize summer storage for lower-income students is a positive development, though we urge it to be sensitive to students’ personal information.

Op-Eds

Is Personal Accountability a Thing of the Past?

This was an incident where an adult made choices—choices that led directly to an interaction with law enforcement—and these choices have consequences.

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DKC Endpaper

A Hope for the Day

I didn’t imagine that much about my faith would change when I was surrounded, for a few weeks, by donuts and daytime television at the hospital.

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ARTS

Ari Folman

Five Israeli Filmmakers You Should Know

Talya Lavie is the youngest and the least experienced filmmaker on this list, but that doesn’t mean she is the least interesting.

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‘1985’: Important, But Too Familiar

Even the plot’s twists and turns are, for the most part, either predictable or just not compelling enough.

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Page to Screen: The Handmaid’s Tale

The TV series is a stark reminder that Atwood’s imagined dystopia is not so unimaginable in our current reality, and now, it’s coming back for a second season.

SPORTS

Baseball

Zavolas Leads Baseball to Series Win Against Brown

When you know you have a good team, just put your head down and go to work. The Bad Boys, out of Cambridge, Mass., know it best. The baseball team took two of three from the visiting Brown squad last weekend, evening its division record.

Football

Stewart, Booker Stand Out In Football Spring Game

Harvard football started two quarterbacks last season and Tom Stewart wasn't one. But with his strong two-touchdown performance at the Spring Game this weekend, he's in the hunt for the job in the 2018 season.

Men's Volleyball

Men's Volleyball Claims EIVA Championship, NCAA Tournament Berth

In a 3-1 decision over Princeton at George Mason’s Recreation Athletic Complex, Harvard clinched its first ever EIVA Championship title and punched its subsequent first ever ticket to the NCAA Tournament.

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