It bears repeating: Last Friday night, four police officers attacked an unarmed, naked, black young man.
In a historic move, Harvard teaching and research assistants have voted to form a union. The results of a unionization election held April 18 and 19 showed 1,931 ballots cast in favor and 1,523 against.
Mulling the pros and cons of installing a union at Harvard, eligible graduate and undergraduate students headed to the polls Wednesday on the first day of the University's second go at a unionization election.
Exit poll results adjusted for response bias suggested a slight majority—50.6 percent—of eligible students who cast ballots voted in favor of unionization. But the margin of error—plus or minus 2 percent—meant The Crimson could not definitively call the election.
Harvard held a second unionization election on April 18 and 19—at stake was whether or not eligible students could collectively bargain with the University. The Crimson live updated this article with voter interviews throughout the day both days.
The election will determine whether over 4,000 eligible graduate and undergraduate teaching and research assistants will collectively bargain with the University.
A University-wide report tracking the growth of faculty gender and racial diversity across Harvard’s individual schools shows some progress over the past decade.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, award winning author will address the College’s Class of 2018 at Class Day, the speaker selection committee announced Thursday.
Three police chiefs from Detroit, San Francisco, and Minneapolis visited the Kennedy School Thursday to field questions about the realities of modern day policing.
Students have formed a new all-female final club called the Exister Society, according to an email sent to some undergraduates Wednesday night obtained by The Crimson.
Michael P. Botticelli and John P. Walters, former directors of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, spoke to a crowd of over 50 law students Thursday.