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Khurana, O’Dair Tight-Lipped on Winthrop Review, Miller Lawsuit

Dean Khurana on Winthrop

Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana declined to comment on the Winthrop House “climate review” and a lawsuit brought by a pair of Winthrop tutors against an Eliot House faculty dean in a Tuesday interview.

Students Leaving Winthrop

In Wake of Sullivan Controversy, Some Winthrop Residents Apply to Transfer Houses

Two Winthrop undergraduates wrote and circulated a Medium post about their decision to transfer houses following Faculty Dean Ronald S. Sullivan’s announcement he will represent Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

Cambridge Planning Board Postpones Vote on Crimson Galeria Construction Proposal

Cambridge Galeria

The Cambridge Planning Board convened Tuesday evening to discuss plans for construction at the Crimson Galeria in Harvard Square, which were ultimately postponed.

Athletics Director Scalise Says Student-Athletes Should Not Be Paid

The Building Where It Happens

Harvard Athletics Director Robert L. Scalise said he does not think student-athletes should be paid while at Harvard in an interview last month, joining in a national conversation about student-athlete compensation.

Female Tenured Harvard Profs Paid On Average 92.5 Cents on the Dollar Compared to Men, Survey Shows

Faculty Pay Gap

Harvard’s female tenured faculty members are on average paid 92.5 cents for every dollar their male counterparts earn, according to a recent nationwide survey on higher education compensation.

Seneca Abandons Recognized Status, Provisionally Recognized as Independent Student Organization

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The Committee on Student Life granted the Seneca provisional recognition as an Independent Student Organization in fall 2018, a change from its former status as a Recognized Social Organization.

O'Dair Reflects on Student Support Initiatives From DSO's First Year

Dean O'Dair Interview

A few months ahead of the Dean of Students Office's one-year anniversary, Dean of Students Katherine G. O’Dair said administrators have been “making a lot of progress” toward their goals following the merger of the Freshman Dean’s Office and the Office of Student Life.

In Wake of Sullivan Controversy, Some Winthrop Residents Apply to Transfer Houses

Two Winthrop undergraduates wrote and circulated a Medium post about their decision to transfer houses following Faculty Dean Ronald S. Sullivan’s announcement he will represent Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.

Female Tenured Harvard Profs Paid On Average 92.5 Cents on the Dollar Compared to Men, Survey Shows

Faculty Pay Gap

Harvard’s female tenured faculty members are on average paid 92.5 cents for every dollar their male counterparts earn, according to a recent nationwide survey on higher education compensation.

Seneca Abandons Recognized Status, Provisionally Recognized as Independent Student Organization

University Hall

The Committee on Student Life granted the Seneca provisional recognition as an Independent Student Organization in fall 2018, a change from its former status as a Recognized Social Organization.

HUHS to Close In-Person Overnight Urgent Care on June 17

Harvard University Health Services Urgent Care will no longer see patients in-person between the hours of 10 p.m. and 8 a.m. beginning June 17, HUHS announced Tuesday.

Democratic Presidential Candidates Field Questions from Young Voters at Town Hall Co-Hosted by CNN, IOP

Five prominent Democratic presidential candidates fielded questions about everything from student loans to climate change at a town hall Monday evening co-hosted by CNN and Harvard’s Institute of Politics that featured an audience of young voters from more than 30 states.

OPINION

University Health Services
Editorials

Supporting More Self-Care Resources

Harvard must step up and more aggressively address the issue of supporting mental health on campus through more institutional forms of change if it is earnestly dedicated to this cause.

Op-Eds

It’s Three O’Clock and I’m Hungry

Limiting students to a narrow window in which they can eat is unacceptable, especially considering how many of students have schedules limit their time to eat.

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FM Scrut 4/18 Cover

Those Who Can Do, Teach

Harvard students interested in education may encounter an undergraduate community often focused on a particular vision of success — one that does not always afford visibility to the teaching profession.

Isaias Medina III at HKS
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ARTS

Avengers Unpopular Photo

Unpopular Opinion: After 100 Years, Hollywood has Already Run Out of Ideas?

Have producers, directors, actors, and everyone else run out of ideas? The answer, given the preponderance of evidence, is yes.

The Handmaid's Tale Graphic Novel Cover

World of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Disturbingly Welcome in Graphic Novel Adaptation

For fans of the original book, “The Handmaid’s Tale: The Graphic Novel” introduces a striking new visual experience to the iconic realm of Gilead.

khalid free spirit

Khalid’s ‘Free Spirit’ Still Has Some Growing to Do

Though “Free Spirit” more often than not falls into the generic pop trap, a few hidden gems suggest Khalid’s personal and artistic growth.

SPORTS

Baseball

Shaw Sets Ivy League Saves Record

The junior closer secured his 12th save of the season against Dartmouth last weekend, setting an Ancient Eight mark.

Men's Golf

Women's Golf Takes Home Sixth Title In Eight Years

In a busy weekend for Harvard golf, the women’s team continued its recent dominance of the Ivy League. The group captured its sixth Ivy League Championship in the last eight years, bringing the program’s tally to eight titles overall.

Men's Tennis

Men’s, Women’s Tennis Split Weekend Matches vs Columbia, Cornell

Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams both went 1-1 over the weekend, with both programs picking up wins versus the Big Red on Saturday before falling to the Lions on Sunday.

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