At a time when some are questioning Harvard’s commitment to free speech, the John Adams Society seeks to challenge what they see as the campus liberal orthodoxy—even if it means meeting in secret.
“We are interested in sharing real abortion narratives just to destigmatize abortion, to bring humanity, compassion, and empathy to this topic,” said an organizer of the event.
The Committee on Student Life approved 42 new student organizations at its monthly meeting Thursday.
“We’re here to become a space where people can talk about body image, love their bodiest,” Maldonado said. “I think that’s an important thing we are trying to emphasize this year.”
21 percent of respondents ranked an outright ban on social groups as their top option. An additional 19 percent supported the original May 2016 sanctions as their first choice.
Amid the frightening festivities of Halloweekend, one student organization and a Harvard museum commemorated a different holiday—Día de los Muertos—in vibrant style.