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Newly Minted Union Solicits Nominations for Bargaining Committee

Unionization Vote

Thirteen students will be elected to the committee, which will take charge of collecting feedback from union members, setting negotiation agendas, and representing the union at the bargaining table.

HMS Gets Graded

Racial Equality Advocacy Group Gives Harvard Medical School a B-

White Coats for Black Lives, an advocacy group for racial justice, assigned the grade based on 15 metrics including minority representation and anti-racism training.

Harvard Investment in Brazil Tangled in Landholding Dispute

Harvard Management Company

A University investment in Brazilian farmland could face a lawsuit as prosecutors review allegations that a Harvard-linked company does not rightfully own the land.

Faust, Walsh Celebrate $1 Million Milestone in Harvard-Allston Partnership Fund

To Serve Better Thy Country

The Harvard-Allston Partnership Fund has given $1 million in grants to local nonprofits over the past decade.

Dean Corbin's Legacy: 15 Years of Creating ‘Citizen-Leaders’

Gene Corbin

Assistant Dean of Harvard College for Public Service Gene A. Corbin, with his fist-bumps and friendly smile, has been a constant on campus for a generation of Harvard College students.

Large Percentage of Economics Ph.D. Students Report Depression, Anxiety Symptoms

Economics Ph.D. Student Mental Health

Survey results revealed that 15 percent of Economics Ph.D. students reported above a 10 on the depression scale, while 23 percent of the PhD students reported above a 10 on the anxiety scale.

Faculty Council Approves Courses, Hears Presentations on Extension School, Allston

University Hall

The Faculty Council approved a preliminary list of courses for the 2018-2019 academic year and heard presentations on a potential Extension School program.

Racial Equality Advocacy Group Gives Harvard Medical School a B-

White Coats for Black Lives, an advocacy group for racial justice, assigned the grade based on 15 metrics including minority representation and anti-racism training.

Dean Corbin's Legacy: 15 Years of Creating ‘Citizen-Leaders’

Gene Corbin

Assistant Dean of Harvard College for Public Service Gene A. Corbin, with his fist-bumps and friendly smile, has been a constant on campus for a generation of Harvard College students.

Large Percentage of Economics Ph.D. Students Report Depression, Anxiety Symptoms

Economics Ph.D. Student Mental Health

Survey results revealed that 15 percent of Economics Ph.D. students reported above a 10 on the depression scale, while 23 percent of the PhD students reported above a 10 on the anxiety scale.

Former African Leaders Discuss Development at Harvard Kennedy School

The former leaders of Nigeria, Tanzania, and Cape Verde spoke about effective leadership and development in Africa at a forum hosted at the Harvard Kennedy School.

Brigitte Libby Named Assistant Dean of Office of Academic Integrity and Student Conduct

Current Pforzheimer House resident dean Brigitte A. B. Libby will assume the position, which helps oversee the Honor Council, starting June 4.

OPINION

Columns

The Wi-Fi is Bad and I Blame HMC

Harvard is right to seek out benefactors. It has a responsibility to see that their generosity is well stewarded.

Editorials

An Explanation After the Arrest

We hope that the administration clarifies its procedure for involving police in situations where students and affiliates require medical attention.

FM

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.

Winnie the Pooh's Home

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.

"1985" still

‘1985’: Important, But Too Familiar

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

Handmaid's Tale Cover

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

Men's Golf

Men's Golf Misses Out on Third Consecutive Ivy Championship

This weekend appeared to be a golden opportunity for a three-peat, as the team was tied for first entering the final day of play, but it was not to be. Harvard slipped to a third place finish after a difficult final round.

Softball

Softball Slips Up against Boston College in First Midweek Game Since March

In its last game before heading to Brown to close out the regular season, the Crimson lost a low-scoring affair against Boston College, 3-1, at the new Harrington Athletics Village in Brighton.

Women's Golf

Women's Golf Comes Up Just Short at Ivy Championships

At the end of the final round of the Ivy League Championships, the Harvard women’s golf team remained tied with Princeton for the top spot to decide the conference crown. In dramatic fashion, the Crimson came up just short in a playoff hole against the Tigers to decide the Ancient Eight title.

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