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Central Administration

Lawrence Bacow
Central Administration

Lawrence Bacow

A group of alumni and faculty sent University President Lawrence S. Bacow a letter in favor of divesting Harvard's endowment from fossil fuels.

Mass. Hall
Central Administration

Mass. Hall

Senior members of Harvard's central administration, including University Provost Alan M. Garber '76, work in Massachusetts Hall.

Massachusetts Hall
Central Administration

Massachusetts Hall

University President Lawrence S. Bacow works out of Massachusetts Hall in the center of Harvard Yard.

AAU Town Hall
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AAU Town Hall

University President Lawrence S. Bacow speaks at the beginning of a town hall summarizing the results of the 2019 American Association of Universities sexual misconduct survey.

Lawrence Bacow
Central Administration

Lawrence Bacow

President Lawrence S. Bacow discusses a review of donations made by Jeffrey Epstein during a Monday interview.

President Bacow
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Harvard President Bacow Says He's Confident Appeals Court Will Uphold Admissions Decision

University President Lawrence S. Bacow said in an interview on Monday that he is confident an appeals court will uphold a federal judge’s recent ruling that Harvard does not discriminate against Asian American applicants in its College admissions policies.

Massachusetts Hall, Fall 2017
Central Administration

Harvard Submits Amicus Brief in Defense of DACA Recipients

The amicus brief warns that if DACA is dismissed, “remarkable students” enrolled at the institutions would not obtain the “full benefit” of their education. The brief also states that the end of DACA would hurt recruitment and retention of talented international students.

Khurana in Winthrop
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Senator Grassley Sends Letter to Harvard Citing Concerns About Sullivan Dismissal

Grassley asked Bacow to provide responses to a series of questions about how administrators decided to remove Sullivan, and about the state of academic freedom at the University more broadly.

Harvard Police
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Harvard Police Department Suspends Officer Who Was Called Homophobic Slur

The Harvard University Police Department suspended an officer Wednesday for one week without pay after an investigation found he physically assaulted another officer who called him a homophobic slur, according to representatives from the Harvard University Police Association union.

Mass Hall at Night
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Harvard Office of the General Counsel to Review Epstein Donations

Harvard’s Office of the General Counsel will conduct a review of billionaire donor and convicted sex offender Jeffrey E. Epstein’s donations to the University, Vice President and General Counsel Diane E. Lopez announced in an email to Harvard affiliates Friday afternoon.

Loeb House
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Ahead of Climate Strike, A Look at Harvard Corporation Members’ Ties to the Fossil Fuel Industry

Several members of the Harvard Corporation — the University’s highest governing body — have maintained financial and professional ties to the fossil fuel industry through their employment or company investments.

Loeb House
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Loeb House

The Harvard Corporation, the University's highest governing body, meets in Loeb House.

Mass Hall at Night
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Harvard President Bacow Joins Hundreds of Universities in Letters Supporting Immigration Rights

Harvard’s decision to sign these letters comes as Bacow has been particularly vocal in his opposition to Trump Administration immigration policies.

Rosovsky Hall
Central Administration

Rosovsky Hall

Convicted sex offender Jeffrey E. Epstein facilitated donations to build Rosovsky Hall, the Mount Auburn Street building that houses Harvard Hillel.

Bargainfest
Central Administration

Grad Student Union Reaches New Agreements with Harvard, Warns ‘Greater Action’

This week’s agreements — including consensus on intellectual property, health and safety, and the formation of a union-management committee — brought the total number of agreed provisions to seven since bargaining began last October.

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