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The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice is preparing to intervene against a pending lawsuit that alleges that Harvard uses “racially and ethnically discriminatory policies” in its admissions process.
“In the face of so much hate let’s show how deeply we love,” said the Harvard Law Women’s Law Association President Kenyon D. Colli at a vigil for Africans Wednesday evening. Here, students light each other’s candles before singing “Amazing Grace.” The Harvard African Law Association hosted the event in response to recent killings across the continent.
A group of students responded to the controversial posters parodying Renegade magazine by forming a "collective" to discuss free speech.
From Friday to Sunday, the conference consisted of socials, panel events, and keynote addresses all focusing around the conference’s theme of “Economic Vibrancy in 21st Century Native Communities.”
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Students and administrators criticize posters that appeared in Pforzheimer House parodying the new campus arts and advocacy magazine Renegade.
Choreographer Keenan Monks '15 dances in "Hyde" at the Asian American Dance Troupe's Eastbound on Saturday.
Kylie Zhang '18 and Jennifer Wang '15 perform an original piece, "Far Away," choreographed by Wang, in the Asian American Dance Troupe's Eastbound on Saturday.
Samuel T. Kim '15 and Anson H. Kahng '16 lift Wanxin Cheng '14 during the opening dance of the Asian American Dance Troupe's Eastbound. The dance, called "Silhouettes in the Rain," is an ethnic Chinese dance that involves bamboo hats.
Simon Huang, GSE, and Elaine Dong '17 perform a dance built on elements of hip-hop dance. The dance, called "Step Up," was choreographed by Dong and Alex Chang '10.
A group of Harvard students have joined to launch an arts and advocacy magazine to focus on issues of diversity and identity among students of color at Harvard, called Renegade, which will debut online on Friday.
While enhanced recruiting efforts and financial aid initiatives in recent years have created the most diverse student body in the school’s history, Harvard’s geographic numbers are still unrepresentative of the United States as a whole.