Department of Athletics
University President Drew G. Faust is working “very closely” with Athletics Director Robert L. Scalise on a survey of the department’s culture.
The coaches of men’s athletic teams at Harvard make significantly more money than coaches of women’s teams, a disparity the Athletics Department is considering as part of a review of how it compensates its coaching staff.
After a series of highly-publicized incidents, Harvard Athletics has begun working with a team of consultants to review the culture of the department’s 42 varsity programs.
After reports in The Crimson prompted administrative action against Harvard athletic teams, allegations of similar practices on men's athletics teams at four other colleges and universities have spurred administrative action.
Director of Athletics Robert L. Scalise cancelled his trip to China with the men's basketball team "in part because" of Harvard's cancelling of the men's soccer team's season.
The women's soccer team clinched the Ivy League title amid an atmosphere of energetic support and celebration.
Harvard cancelled the men’s soccer team’s season after an Office of General Counsel review found that the team continued to produce vulgar and sexually explicit documents about the freshmen women's soccer recruits.
Some students and athletes expressed support for the University’s decision to cancel the men’s soccer team’s season in the immediate aftermath of a review from the Office of the General Counsel.
Apart from the Office of the General Counsel review, University Title IX Officer Mia Karvonides is working with the College’s Title IX office to respond to the 2012 men's soccer team's “scouting report.”
Harvard Cancels Men’s Soccer Season After Finding Sexually Explicit 'Reports' Continued Through 2016
Harvard has cancelled the men’s soccer team’s season after an Office of General Counsel review found that the team continued to produce vulgar and explicit documents rating women on their perceived sexual appeal and physical appearance.