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"Free Harvard, Fair Harvard"
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Outside Overseers Ticket Comes Up Empty-Handed

​None of the five Harvard alumni who ran on an outside ticket—dubbed “Free Harvard, Fair Harvard”— for Harvard’s Board of Overseers were elected to the body, the University announced Monday.

Former University President Neil L. Rudenstine
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Former University President Neil L. Rudenstine

Neil L. Rudenstine served as University President from 1991 to 2001.

Former University President Neil L. Rudenstine
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Former University President Neil L. Rudenstine

Neil L. Rudenstine became President of Harvard University in 1991.

Provost Alan M. Garber
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Provost Alan M. Garber

University Provost Alan M. Garber

Provost Alan M. Garber
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Provost Alan M. Garber

Students Boycott Classes at Harvard Law School
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Students Boycott Classes at Harvard Law School

Law students protest outside of President Bok's office in April 1991. Over 300 Harvard Law School students participated in a class boycott, asking for increased faculty diversity.

Black Law Student Association Protestor
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Black Law Student Association Protestor

The Black Law Students Association, showing support for Professor Derrick Bell, rallied outside of President Bok's office in April 1991.

Law Student Rally
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Law Student Rally

Students rally for faculty diversity at Harvard Law School in 1991.

Law Students Sit-In Dean Clark's Office
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Law Students Sit-In Dean Clark's Office

Harvard Law School students staging a sit-in in Griswold Hall hold a strategy meeting to decide what they will do if the police enter the building.

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Columbia Grad Students Receive Additional Benefits

Following a nationwide push from for more graduate students benefits, Columbia University administrators announced Tuesday new policies of paid parental leave, childcare subsidies, and reduced fees for Ph.D. students.

A Gathering Crowd
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A Gathering Crowd

Scores of sorority and female final club members protest against Harvard's decision to sanction unrecognized single-gender organizations.

Displaying Dissent
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Displaying Dissent

Supporters of single-gender organizations hang a Hear Her Harvard sign on Massachusetts Hall.

Marks Of Protest
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Marks Of Protest

Protesters rally against Harvard's recent decision to sanction unrecognized single-gender organizations with signs Monday afternoon.

A Recurring Fight
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A Recurring Fight

Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority member Elly Duker '19 marched with her mother, Julie Starr-Duker '82, at the #HearHerHarvard protest against newly-announced sanctions against unrecognized single-gender social organizations. More than 200 women rallied in front of Massachusetts Hall in response to the policy, which will bar members of such organizations from holding leadership positions in official clubs and receiving top fellowships.

The Hear Her Harvard Rally
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The Hear Her Harvard Rally