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Two College Students Arrested on Multiple Charges

The undergraduates had broken into the Lowell House construction site, per a public HUPD log filed May 14.

Harvard Admissions

82 Percent of Admits Plan to Join Class of 2022

Around 82 percent of students admitted to the Class of 2022 have accepted their offers of admission so far, though more students will be admitted from the waitlist in the coming months.

Carney, York to Lead Overseers; Wang to Lead HAA

Susan Carney

Susan L. Carney ’73 will succeed Scott A. Abell ’72 as president of the Board of Overseers while Margaret M. Wang ’09 will become the youngest president in HAA history, succeeding Susan Morris Novick ’85.

Faust, Eisgruber Pen Letter Calling for TPS Protections

Faust at Baccalaureate

University President Drew G. Faust sent a letter Wednesday to a bipartisan group of lawmakers advocating on behalf of those affected by the Trump administration’s rollback of Temporary Protected Status protections.

HLS Will Require Firms to Disclose Agreements Governing Harassment Allegations

HLS Library

Students at Harvard and other schools have raised concerns in recent months that the agreements will cover up harassment and discrimination.

Senators Call on Faust to Increase Public Service Funding

Faust at IOP

The letter expresses concerns that unpaid internships in the public sector will only be available to students who have “more financial resources.”

Social Groups’ Grad Boards Could Pose Obstacle to Avoiding Sanctions Under New Plan

The Spee Club

Harvard could deny recognition—and exemption from the College’s sanctions—to student social groups whose graduate boards it determines exert too much sway over the organizations.

82 Percent of Admits Plan to Join Class of 2022

Around 82 percent of students admitted to the Class of 2022 have accepted their offers of admission so far, though more students will be admitted from the waitlist in the coming months.

HLS Will Require Firms to Disclose Agreements Governing Harassment Allegations

HLS Library

Students at Harvard and other schools have raised concerns in recent months that the agreements will cover up harassment and discrimination.

Senators Call on Faust to Increase Public Service Funding

Faust at IOP

The letter expresses concerns that unpaid internships in the public sector will only be available to students who have “more financial resources.”

Faust Penned Letter to Stefanik Arguing Against Legislation that Could Imperil Sanctions

"I worry [the legislation] represents an effort by Congress to regulate student life and the shape and character of private institutions in a way that threatens to undermine that diversity of choice and experience," Faust wrote.

Faust Made $1.5 Million in 2016

Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith, who is stepping down at the end of the year, made $701,956 in total salary and benefits in 2016, while Provost Alan M. Garber ’76 and made $871,960.

OPINION

Op-Eds

The Indecorous HGSU-UAW

The HGSU-UAW rushes on, but for it to be a durable institution that brings meaningful, positive change to Harvard, it must start thinking beyond the merely legal.

Columns

Sound and Fury

Usually I find the chaos an appealing challenge, but now the volume is deafening, and the noise is exhausting.

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Rising Tide

The Rising Tide

A map fills the screen, its segments divided and labeled to represent Cambridge’s neighborhoods. Dashed blue lines bleed across West Cambridge and over Fresh Pond. “This is the floodplain,” Brown adds.

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ARTS

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From Cannes: ‘Zimna wojna’ (‘Cold War’) a Bleak Love Story

Without seeming resolute or preachy, Pawlikowski’s “Cold War” is a clarion call for the enduring power of love in a bleak time.

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From Cannes: ‘Capharnaüm’ Says No to Child Neglect, Yes to Child Acting Prodigies

In “Capharnaüm,” director Nadine Labaki paints a depressing tableau of a vicious cycle that Zain unfortunately gets caught up in, one that starts one node up in Zain's family tree with his parents.

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From Cannes: ‘Un Couteau dans le Coeur’ (‘Knife + Heart’) Takes Little Death to Fatal Extremes

“Un Couteau dans le Coeur” tries to achieve some semblance of self-awareness, a sly wink at its own garish kitsch in neon lettering. But unlike Anne’s pornography, the film never reaches its—ahem—climax.

SPORTS

Softball

BRIEF: Softball Eliminated from NCAA Regionals

This weekend, Harvard softball traveled to Athens, Ga., to participate in NCAA Regionals after winning the Ivy League Championship Series over Dartmouth. The Crimson’s playoff trip was its first since 2012.

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Baseball Seeks Ivy Playoff Berth

The season is on the verge of closing, after which the 2018 Crimson baseball team, for all its accolades, will be no more. But, before it moves on, though, the newfound Bad Boys of Boston look to add one more feather to its cap: an Ivy title.

Track and Cross Country

Thomas Wins Five Golds at Ivy Outdoor Heps, Named USTFCCCA Athlete of the Week

At the Penn-hosted Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships, the Crimson track and field teams left with nine first place medals. Across the two day meet, the women's team placed second while the men finished sixth.

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