More than 1,000 people have indicated that they are "interested" in attending a protest against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, who will speak at Harvard Thursday.
Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana all but refused to discuss a proposal to forbid membership in Harvard social groups in an interview Monday afternoon.
Harvard is “reviewing” new guidelines cancelling a requirement that colleges use the lowest standard of proof when judging whether an accused student is guilty of sexual assault.
Visiting Williams, Bowdoin, and Amherst and exploring their archives by day reveals how other schools have enacted a Greek life ban. Wandering the three campuses at night offers a glimpse into life without social groups.
The controversial faculty motion that may decide the future of Harvard undergraduate social life will go before the full Faculty at their monthly meeting on October 3, but will not be voted on until November, according to Faculty Council member David L. Howell.
A complaint that spurred a federal investigation into the College’s compliance with Title IX cited all-male final clubs as “major site[s] of sexual violence."
Some of Harvard's anti-sexual assault activists are concerned that the review will work to "silence survivors of sexual violence."
Dean of Undergraduate Education Jay M. Harris implored students in the CS50 not to cheat on assignments at an orientation session Wednesday night.
The faculty committee that proposed a ban on social groups at Harvard continued its deliberations last week as it considers revisions to its initial proposal.
Students shopping one of Harvard’s most popular undergraduate courses will arrive in Sanders Theater tomorrow to a changed CS50.
The College has named Roland S. Davis its next associate dean for diversity and inclusion, ending a national search to fill the position begun nearly a year ago in fall 2016.
Confusion about the College’s various efforts to curb the influence of single-gender social groups on campus has snarled this month’s roll-out of the College’s historic penalties on members of those organizations.
The move marks the first union of male and female final clubs since the College began targeting single-gender groups at Harvard in 2016.
21 professors submitted a motion that seeks to nullify penalties for members of final clubs and Greek organizations, renewing an effort to curb administrative regulation of the groups.
The program could resemble a proposed summer program for low-income and first generation students that Khurana rejected in January.