Sanford V. Levinson, a visiting law professor from the University of Texas Law School, talks about the constitutionality of the sanctions on single-gender organizations at an event organized by the Harvard Federalist Society and the Harvard American Constitution Society.
FAS Dean Michael D. Smith has released five years of undergraduate survey results to every voting member of the Faculty “to further inform” an upcoming debate on a College policy that penalizes members of final clubs and Greek organizations.
Four professors debated the First Amendment implications of the College’s plan to penalize members of single-gender social organizations on Tuesday, reframing a controversial campus issue in constitutional terms.
Sixty percent of undergraduates who voted in this year’s UC presidential election said the College should repeal sanctions on unrecognized single-gender social organizations
More than 53 percent of surveyed undergraduates hold an unfavorable view of Harvard’s policy penalizing membership in unrecognized single-gender social organizations, according to The Crimson’s recent election survey.
When asked to comment on the issue by Crimson debate moderators, only one pair of candidates indicated support for the College's controversial new policy.
In a narrow vote, UC representatives approved adding a ballot question on whether they believe final clubs and Greek organizations should go gender-neutral.
Harvard Undergraduate Council President Shaiba Rather ’17 and Vice President Daniel V. Banks ’17 voiced support for the College’s historic sanctions on members of single-gender social organizations at Tuesday’s meeting of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
The event would explore “the constitutional issues raised by sanctions on single-gender clubs and fraternities.”
Twenty Harvard undergraduates, including at least one athlete and members of final clubs and Greek organizations, will serve on a committee tasked with recommending how to implement a new College policy.
Four undergraduates debated Harvard’s new policy penalizing members of single-gender social organizations at a debate hosted by the Harvard Political Union Monday night.