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As the extreme political viewpoints became more and more outspoken, Harvard was thrust into a period of fierce political debate.
In solidarity with the BGLT students, many students hung pink triangles outside of their windows following the Mather incident.
Avik Chatterjee, a BGLTS, race relations, and pre-med tutor in Dunster House, poses before attending the Dunster Senior Dinner on Thursday.
At least 160 students have signed a petition for the reinstatement of Dunster resident tutor Avik Chatterjee amid concerns over BGLTQ support in the house.
As students raise concerns about advising resources in one of Harvard’s upperclassman Houses, administrators respond.
Shiri Eisner, left, an activist, writer, and researcher residing in Tel Aviv, is presented with a Harvard sweatshirt after the 2015 Nicholas Papadopoulos lecture in Fong Auditorium. The discussion focused on the notion of bisexuality and the intersection of bisexuality and politics.
Genderqueer activist Jacob Tobia spoke Saturday afternoon at Harvard Hall about the need for an inclusive BGLTQ movement that liberates people of all genders.
Jacob Tobia speaks to eliminating the cisgender binary through making gender more "playful." Tobia, a genderqueer advocate, spoke in Harvard Hall Saturday afternoon.
The Office of BGLTQ Student Life opened registration last week for QuNNECT, a peer-to-peer program that aims to foster friendships among BGLTQ-identified students.
W. Powell Eddins ’16 is the founder and co-president of the Harvard Undergraduate BGLTQ Business Society, an organization that works to increase recruiting and career opportunities for BGLTQ students in business.
Increased efforts to expose BGLTQ-identified students at Harvard to business and corporate careers this year from student organizations and the Office of Career Services have been embraced by students and companies alike.
The Undergraduate Council launched its gender equality campaign on Monday evening with a panel discussion featuring former Miss America pageant winner Nina Davuluri, former Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, and several Harvard affiliates.