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The discussions—which will likely include focus groups, town hall meetings, a working group, and an online forum—come as a response to the emailed death threat sent to Harvard affiliates last month.
The suit comes more than six months after Edward Blum, the director of POFR, launched a site seeking students who claim they were not admitted to Harvard because of their race to participate in a potential lawsuit.
Asian and Asian American students face unique mental health challenges as a byproduct of both ethnic stereotypes and cultural attitudes, panelists said Wednesday.
Author Darryl Pinckney and Kennedy School professor Alex Keyssar pointed out that voter suppression still takes place during a discussion at the Ash Center Monday.
Two experts in educational inequality exchanged diverging opinions on race-based affirmative action in the college admissions process at a forum at GSE.
One couple met through a mutual friend at the end of freshman year. Another met in Annenberg. A third met in the Quincy dining hall. So began the relationships of three couples at Harvard, all of which are interracial.
Two administrative fellows and one graduate assistant are spending the academic year in the Office of Student Life to implement College diversity initiatives.
Harvard's Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) community gathers in front of Widener Library to express solidarity with the recipients of a racially charged email that was send out two weeks ago, primarily to Asian Americans.
Vanderbilt English professor Hortense Spillers connected the stories of 18th century female slaves to the modern feminist movement in the first installment of her W.E.B. Du Bois Lecture Series.
Black students posted new Facebook profile pictures with an overlay captioned, “I stand in solidarity with the Asian and Asian-American Women at Harvard.”
Concerned students gathered for a community conversation in Holden Chapel on Oct. 8 evening in regard to the recent string of emails targeting predominantly Asian-American women on campus.
Law enforcement offered no updates on their investigation into death threats emailed to Harvard affiliates even as more evidence continued to arrive in students’ inboxes Monday.
Early in the day Saturday, Harvard Police issued a community advisory message that said the email likely originated from outside the country, and late that afternoon, another piece of evidence arrived in some Harvard students’ email inboxes that appeared to corroborate that.
Members of a student-faculty working group convened to address issues of race and inclusion at the College have started meeting and plan to draft a set of recommendations by the academic year's end.