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Complainant Withdrew MCAD Complaint Against Harvard Prof. Roland Fryer

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A state-level investigation into whether Economics Professor Roland G. Fryer, Jr. sexually harassed and retaliated against a former female employee concluded in February by agreement of the parties, according to documents obtained by The Crimson.

CNN Town Hall

Democratic Presidential Candidates Field Questions from Young Voters at Town Hall Co-Sponsored 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-sponsored by CNN and Harvard’s Institute of Politics that featured an audience of young voters from more than 30 states.

WBUR Hosts Climate Change Panel With Harvard Business School

Harvard Response to T9 Discrimination Lawsuit

Boston public radio station WBUR hosted a panel discussion about strategies for combating climate change Monday evening at CitySpace in collaboration with Harvard Business School and the Boston University School of Business.

Harvard and Law Review Reiterate Arguments Opposing Anti-Affirmative Action Lawsuit

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Harvard University, Harvard Law Review, and U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy D. DeVos continued to argue in a set of filings Thursday that an anti-affirmative action group, which has alleged the Law Review has discriminatory member selection policies, has not sufficiently proved it has standing to bring the case.

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.

Heat Week Kicks Off With Demands From Students, Faculty, and Alumni

Heat Week

At the start of a revitalized “Heat Week” campaign, students, faculty, and alumni gathered to call on University President Lawrence S. Bacow and Harvard administrators to divest their endowment holdings in the fossil fuel industry at a press conference at the Charles Hotel Monday.

City Council Lauds 2020 Budget Proposal

Housing Overlay Roundtable

Cambridge City Manager Louis A. DePasquale submitted a budget proposal for fiscal year 2020 to the City Council Monday, with the largest allocations directed toward education and public safety.

Democratic Presidential Candidates Field Questions from Young Voters at Town Hall Co-Sponsored 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-sponsored by CNN and Harvard’s Institute of Politics that featured an audience of young voters from more than 30 states.

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.

Heat Week Kicks Off With Demands From Students, Faculty, and Alumni

Heat Week

At the start of a revitalized “Heat Week” campaign, students, faculty, and alumni gathered to call on University President Lawrence S. Bacow and Harvard administrators to divest their endowment holdings in the fossil fuel industry at a press conference at the Charles Hotel Monday.

Latest Harvard Institute of Politics Youth Poll Finds Anxiety, Moral Concern Among Young Voters

The spring 2019 Harvard Institute of Politics Youth Poll found that voters between the ages of 18 and 29 are experiencing anxiety and have increasingly voiced concern about the moral direction of the United States.

Panelists Discuss Combatting Wrongful Convictions, Reforming the Criminal Justice System

Legal experts and criminal justice reform advocates gathered in Tsai Auditorium to discuss mitigating wrongful convictions in the United States criminal justice system Monday evening.

OPINION

Op-Eds

The Entitlement of Harvard Partyers

Something is seriously wrong when students feel entitled enough to demand that the University must indulge them, instead of reasonably curtailing their lifestyle choices.

Columns

The Moments We Remember Most

If you seek the most complete account of our time here, you have to remember the joy we felt — a necessary antidote to the bitter poison we faced. Sometimes they came in small bursts, sometimes large ones, but either way they sustained us.

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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.

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ARTS

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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.

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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

Track and Cross Country

The Welshman: Freshman Thrower Eyes Big Stage

Freshman thrower Sam Welsh is no stranger to success. Coming into his collegiate career with a national title and a state record in the discus and a personal record of 59-1 in the shot put, Welsh was already one of the most decorated throwers in the country. The most surprising thing about Welsh’s success? He had never thrown in a competition until his junior year of high school.

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 Lacrosse

Men's Lacrosse Has Playoff Hopes Dashed by Princeton

A week after one of the toughest losses of the year against No. 7/6 Penn (8-3, 6-0 Ivy League), tri-captain and junior attacker Kyle Anderson came out and tied his career high with seven goals in a stellar performance against Princeton in an effort to keep playoff hopes alive for the Crimson.

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