The campaign Harvard Wears Denim took place Wednesday, with individuals and student organizations pledging to stand in solidarity with survivors of sexual assault and pledging to confront rape culture. The event was led by the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (OSAPR) and Consent Advocates & Relationship Educators (CARE).
Four Harvard Law School students are demanding that the Law School clarify how it considers applicants who have been accused or found guilty of sexual assault.
A lawsuit challenging Harvard's compliance with Title IX could last into 2018.
Student activists and professors question whether the restructuring of Harvard's Title IX Office's will lead to substantive improvements.
Harvard’s Title IX Office will split into two distinct offices—one for investigations and one for training and resources—in an administrative restructuring.
More than 100 students flocked to Boylston Hall for sexual health-themed activities evening as part of a kick-off event for sexual assault awareness month.
Administrators have shifted their focus from sexual assault to gender exclusivity as a rationale for their unprecedented involvement in undergraduate social life.
A lawsuit that challenges Harvard’s compliance with anti-sex discrimination law Title IX will proceed after a federal court ruled Friday to deny the University’s efforts to dismiss the suit.
A University-wide committee tasked with reviewing Harvard’s Title IX policy has discussed adoption of the “affirmative consent” standard—a standard the University has consistently rejected—in conversations about re-wording the policy.
The College’s informal relationship with the 12 Houses, along with a perceived lack of staff and resources, has complicated its ability to implement the task force's recommendations.