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THE UNIVERSITY DAILY, EST. 1873 TODAY'S PAPER Volume CXLV, No. 87

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Today's Stories
  • Several Harvard Law School students want to bar Brett Kavanaugh from teaching on campus this winter pending “a full and fair investigation” into allegations of sexual misconduct.
  • Kavanaugh, who is embroiled in a contentious confirmation process for the Supreme Court, has taught at the school for years and is slated to teach a course during the upcoming winter term.
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  • Courses on computer science and Greek mythology have surpassed Economics 10a: “Principles of Economics" as the most popular classes this fall.
  • CS 50 led course enrollment numbers with 724 undergraduates, according to data released by the registrar’s office of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Thursday.
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  • The Hutchins Center for African and African American Research awarded the W.E.B. Du Bois medal Thursday to eight recipients, including football player and activist Colin Kaepernick and comedian Dave Chappelle.
  • The medal — the University’s highest honor in the field of African and African American studies — recognizes individuals who have made “significant contributions” to African and African American culture.
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  • Forty-four students were elected to the Undergraduate Council in a relatively high turnout election, the UC Election Commission announced Thursday evening.
  • In total, 1,885 students voted in this year's election, held Monday through Thursday.
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  • Harvard’s first Latinx Convocation will be held this weekend on Sunday, Sept. 23 at 4 p.m. in Memorial Church to recognize the Latinx students of the Class of 2022.
  • Students from Latinx organizations Fuerza Latina and Concilio Latino worked together to plan the ceremony, which was inspired by last year’s inaugural Black Convocation.
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