Crimson staff writer
Madeline R. Conway
Madeline is Managing Editor of the 142nd Guard. She covered the College Administration as a reporter.
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A person who self-identified as Huy Dinh has repeatedly emailed College students as early as April from the same Google Mail address that sent a violent death threat to several hundred people Friday.
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.
The Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights is making visits to Harvard to investigate the College’s adherence to Title IX, according to members of the activist group that filed the complaint that precipitated the probe last spring.
New Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana is prioritizing facetime with undergraduates over courting potential Harvard donors.
Two major policy changes, approved in the span of just two months earlier this year, are set to overhaul the 124-year-old Administrative Board by next fall.
Resident deans—the administrators briefly known as House deans—will now be called Allston Burr Assistant Deans of Harvard College.
This summer, Harvard unveiled a new University-wide sexual harassment policy. Administrators are holding town-hall style meetings to talk about the changes, but in case you can’t make it, here’s a rundown of what you need to know.
Harvard unveiled a new policy to dramatically rework its handling of sexual assault and harassment claims this July, but, several weeks into the semester, the office in charge of investigating those cases is still not fully staffed.
The College will offer an additional $30,000 in grants for domestic student group travel this academic year in response to recommendations from a working group convened last spring.
The student-faculty judicial body will be chosen and trained by the Academic Integrity Committee.
Social media platform Instagram has become Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana's virtual space of choice for more personal student outreach.
Throughout the month of August, both The Crimson and the YDN, the daily student newspaper at Yale, surveyed incoming students about their backgrounds, interests, and future plans.
Ari R. Hoffman ’10, a resident tutor in Lowell House, will serve as the acting Kirkland House dean this semester, while Cory T. Way, a sociology lecturer who usually holds the dean position, is on sabbatical.
At Tuesday's community meeting, University Title IX officer Mia Karvonides said the school's new policy encompasses cases covered by other schools’ affirmative consent policies.