Twelve professors in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences filed a motion Monday resolving that “Harvard College shall not discriminate against students on the basis of organizations they join."
In a private letter sent by Lewis on Wednesday and obtained by The Crimson, Lewis excoriated new sanctions against final clubs.
In a letter to Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana newly-instated graduate president of the Porcellian, David T. Lawrence ’67 wrote that the club “has an important part to play in reducing sexual assault.”
A professional statistical analysis, commissioned by the Porcellian Club, sharply criticized the Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Assault’s interpretation of survey data and recommendations for action on final clubs.
In a letter addressed to Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana, graduate president of the Fly Richard T. Porteus Jr. ’78 called on Khurana to recuse himself from "further discussion with final clubs."
Harvard University President Drew G. Faust and William F. Lee '72, the senior fellow of the Corporation, accepted recommendations to change the Law School's seal.
Harvard's Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Assault released its final report of recommendations on Tuesday.
Associate Dean of Student Life David R. Friedrich circulated meeting notes last summer of conversations about the College's final clubs and social life.
In a confidential presentation, a group of Fox Club alumni lambasted undergraduate and graduate leadership after the undergraduate officers moved to admit women into the organization this fall.
A MEETING of the Harvard Nine was held on Friday, January 16, to fill the vacancy caused by the departure of their Captain, Mr. White, for Europe. The meeting resulted in the choice of Mr. C. T. Tyler, '74, as Captain, and of Mr. A. G. Hodges, '74, as Secretary.
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