More than 150 students from Harvard and other Boston-area colleges rallied Sunday afternoon at the Weeks Footbridge to continue pressuring their administrations to divest their endowments from fossil fuel companies.
Two years out, many former Occupy Harvard participants challenge the notion that Occupy “failed.”
Minutes into a Bank of America recruiting session for Harvard College students on Monday, a group of students ran to the front of the room and pulled out a banner that read: “We Won’t Work for Climate Chaos.”
Harvard University Dining Services has decided to stop serving Barilla pasta in Harvard dining halls after Barilla’s chairman Guido Barilla told an Italian radio station that his company would never feature a gay family in its advertising.
Protesters gather outside President Faust's office on Friday afternoon demanding justice at Harvard's timber plantations in Argentina. The Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition reports that Harvard's two timber plantations in Argentina are endangering the Ibera wetlands and thousands of farmers.
A group of workers, students, and union members gathered at the Harvard Club of Boston late Tuesday afternoon to raise awareness among Harvard alumni about the planned cuts of 31 custodial contract jobs at Harvard Medical School.
After failing to reach an agreement by an August deadline on health care and the union eligibility of certain jobs, the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers and the University have begun the process of selecting third parties to help resolve ongoing disagreements.
Following outcry over a Harvard Kennedy School faculty committee’s decision not to promote lecturer Dean Williams—whose two courses on leadership are critical to the school’s practical curriculum, students say—the Kennedy School Student Government will request a meeting with administrators to discuss the decision and its implications for the school’s mission.
Around 25 Harvard employees and students gathered in front of the Holyoke Center on Tuesday afternoon to protest what they allege to be the discriminatory layoffs of three workers at University Financial Services.
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Cambridge City Council member Kenneth E. Reeves speaks out in support for the workers of Le Meredien Hotel. Harvard students joined the protest in front of Cambridge City Hall in support of allowing the workers at the hotel to join a union.