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Association of Black Harvard Women Calls on Winthrop Dean Sullivan to Resign

Winthrop House Commencement

The Association of Black Harvard Women executive board emailed University administrators Thursday afternoon, calling on Winthrop House Faculty Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr., to step down from his post following his decision to represent film producer Harvey Weinstein as he stands accused of rape.

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PBHA Supports Youth Jobs at Dreams of Our Future Rally

Chanting “youth united will never be defeated” and “youth need labor,” several members of Harvard’s Phillips Brooks House Association and local students marched for youth job funding at the eleventh annual Dreams of Our Future rally in Boston Thursday.

Recreation Centers Introduce New Equipment Check-Out Policy

Hemenway Gym

Hemenway Gymnasium and Malkin Athletic Center users must now check out equipment like sweat towels after dozens of towels and other equipment went missing. Users who fail to return their towels under the new policy will face fines if they don’t return them after an emailed warning.

Joint CS and Philosophy Initiative, Embedded EthiCS, Triples in Size to 12 Courses

Philosophy Department

Embedded EthiCS — an interdisciplinary initiative between the Computer Science and Philosophy departments — has expanded to a dozen courses in the Computer Science department this semester and will extend to other disciplines in the near future.

Record 43,330 Apply to Harvard College Class of 2023

Harvard Admissions

A record-high 43,330 students applied for admission to the Harvard College Class of 2023, marking the fifth consecutive year of climbing application numbers.

In Photos: Lunar New Year 2019

Lunar New Year 15

The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New England hosted Boston’s 2019 Lion Dance Parade Jan. 27 to celebrate the Year of the Pig. The parade featured ten local lion dance troupes, including the Wah Lum Kung Fu Athletic Association, the Boston Chinese Free Masons Athletic Club, and the Calvin Chin Martial Arts Academy.

Janet Mock Named Harvard Foundation’s 2019 Artist of the Year

Janet Mock

Acclaimed writer, producer, director, and advocate Janet Mock will be the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations' 2019 Artist of the Year, the foundation announced Thursday.

PBHA Supports Youth Jobs at Dreams of Our Future Rally

Chanting “youth united will never be defeated” and “youth need labor,” several members of Harvard’s Phillips Brooks House Association and local students marched for youth job funding at the eleventh annual Dreams of Our Future rally in Boston Thursday.

Record 43,330 Apply to Harvard College Class of 2023

Harvard Admissions

A record-high 43,330 students applied for admission to the Harvard College Class of 2023, marking the fifth consecutive year of climbing application numbers.

In Photos: Lunar New Year 2019

Lunar New Year 15

The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of New England hosted Boston’s 2019 Lion Dance Parade Jan. 27 to celebrate the Year of the Pig. The parade featured ten local lion dance troupes, including the Wah Lum Kung Fu Athletic Association, the Boston Chinese Free Masons Athletic Club, and the Calvin Chin Martial Arts Academy.

Khurana Pleased With Registered Student Organization Transition Progress

Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana said in a Friday interview he is “pleased” with the recent progress students have made in transitioning their social organizations into compliance with the College’s social groups policies.

College Will Merge Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and the Harvard Foundation

The College’s Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations will join to form a single office, Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana and Dean of Students Katherine G. O’Dair announced in an email to College affiliates Thursday.

OPINION

The Lightning Rod
Editorials

Dershowitz’s Defense is Justified

Unlike Sullivan, Dershowitz is charged neither with maintaining the well-being of students directly in his care, nor with fostering a sense of community on campus.

Columns

After a Hellish Month in Virginia, Democrats Have Some Explaining to Do

I never expected what I saw these past weeks. In many ways it reflects a deeper problem of partisanship in American life at the moment.

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ARTS

Avril Lavigne Dumb Blonde Cover Photo

If You Think Avril Lavigne is a ‘Dumb Blonde,’ Watch Her Prove You Wrong

A salute to songs played on iPod nanos and sang along to in the shower, “Dumb Blonde” is a shameless pleasure with an enticingly subtle feminist theme.

'Dear Ex' Still

‘Dear Ex’ Navigates Grief In a Complex Love Story

Just like its characters, “Dear Ex” is imperfect, yet emotionally gripping, as it presents broken individuals seeking resolution for their messy and interwoven pasts.

Playlist Trent Reznor Still

Arts Playlist: 10 Trent Reznor Instrumentals

Trent Reznor, the king of industrial rock/metal and frontman for Nine Inch Nails, has been making distorted, minimalist instrumental music for over 30 years.

SPORTS

Men's Basketball

Men’s Basketball Tamed for First Time in 20 Games Against Brown

But nearly 10 years later, Coach Mike Martin secured the Bears’ first victory over the Crimson in 20 tries, as Brown clung to a 10-point halftime lead in the final minutes to secure a 88-79 victory.

Women's Basketball

Benzan Breaks Career Three-Point Record as Women's Basketball Cruises Past Brown

A month after she became Harvard’s 20th 1,000 point scorer (a list that is also soon likely to include co-captain guard Madeline Raster, who has scored 991), the Wellesley native hit her 262nd career three pointer early in the third quarter, breaking a Crimson record long held by Erin Maher ‘93.

Men's Basketball

The Ivy League: NCAA's Newest Top-10 Men's Basketball Conference

If this Top-10 ranking holds to the end of the season, this would be the Ancient Eight’s best finish stretching back at least to the mid-1990s.

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