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OSAPR, BGLTQ & Title IX Offices Partnership
Sexual Assault

OSAPR, Title IX, BGLTQ Office to Formally Partner

Representatives from Harvard’s Title IX Office, the College’s Office of BGLTQ Student Life, and the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response will begin meeting monthly in a new partnership.

AEPI Passover Seder
College

Alpha Epsilon Pi to Go Gender Neutral

​Members of the Harvard chapter of national fraternity Alpha Epsilon Pi will disaffiliate from the organization and form a new, gender neutral social group

Khurana at the UC Meeting
College

Khurana Fields Questions on Rejected Summer Program for Low-Income Students

Khurana fielded criticism and questions from students disappointed by his recent decision to reject a proposed summer program for low-income students.

Free Speech Bus
College

Students Protest Anti-Transgender ‘Free Speech’ Bus at Harvard

​Chanting “Trans lives matter!” and “Stand up, Fight back!”, dozens of Harvard students and Cambridge residents protested the arrival of an anti-transgender “free speech” bus on Harvard’s campus Thursday afternoon.

Trans Lives Matter
College Life

Trans Lives Matter

Ahead of an anti-transgender "Free Speech Bus" scheduled to be on campus Thursday, the Office of BGLTQ Student Life hosted a "Trans Lives Matter" banner signing event Tuesday afternoon.

Trans Lives Matter
College

BGLTQ Office Prepares For Visit of Anti-Transgender 'Free Speech' Bus

The Office of BGLTQ Student Life reaffirmed its support for transgender students ahead of a scheduled campus visit from an anti-transgender “Free Speech Bus.”

College Dean Rakesh Khurana
College Administration

Khurana Rejects Summer Program for Low-Income Students

​Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana rejected a proposed summer program for low-income and first generation students earlier this semester.

HCS Email Lists Breakdown
College

Month After Email Revelations, HCS Confident About Security

​A month after revelations that more than a million emails sent over Harvard Computer Society lists were public for years, HCS President Jason T. Goodman ’18 said he is confident there are no lingering security issues.

Zhang Portrait
Science

Late Nights, Chinese Takeout, and DNA Scissors: The Discovery of CRISPR

In science, timing is paramount. Credit for any discovery goes only to the group that publishes first.

Zhang Portrait
Research

Late Nights, Chinese Takeout, and DNA Scissors: The Discovery of CRISPR

In science, timing is paramount. Credit for any discovery goes only to the group that publishes first.

Agassiz House
Front Feature

The Lightning Rod: Race and Admissions at Harvard

The American debate surrounding race-conscious admissions has centered, to a large extent, on Harvard.

University Hall
College

New Faculty Motion Opposes Enforcement Plan for Sanctions

A professor tasked with reevaluating the College's social group policy filed a motion opposing a proposed requirement that students sign a document affirming they do not belong to a single-gender final club or Greek organization.

Snowpacalypse
University

Facing ‘Substantial’ Snow Storm, Harvard to Close Tuesday

Facing a forecasted 12 to 18 inches of snow, Harvard has closed both the University and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences for the duration of the day Tuesday.

Professor Harry Lewis
College

Former College Dean Blasts Social Group Policy Report

Former Dean of the College Harry R. Lewis ’68 called some of the new single-gender social group recommendations “quite repellent” in a post on his personal blog.

College

Honor Council Members Weigh New Role Enforcing Social Group Penalties

Members of the Honor Council are weighing how to take on their newly proposed role enforcing the College’s social group penalties, with some calling the added responsibility unwelcome.