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THE UNIVERSITY DAILY, EST. 1873 TODAY'S PAPER VOLUME CXLV, NO. I

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Today's Stories
  • The London-based club, one of the world’s most popular teams, spent two days training on Harvard’s campus in preparation for a friendly match on Wednesday at Gillette Stadium. The match will see them take on the New England Revolution, in Chelsea’s first friendly of the summer.
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  • Students circulated the petition, titled “Disaffiliate The Harvard Lampoon from Harvard University and Hold Them Accountable,” over Facebook starting Sunday evening.
  • Separately, Executive Director of Harvard Hillel Rabbi Jonah C. Steinberg emailed editors of the Lampoon comparing the publication of the image “to the obscenity of the Nazis.”
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  • University President Lawrence S. Bacow traveled to Phoenix, Ariz. last Wednesday, meeting with Phoenix Mayor Katharine W. Gallego ’04 and other city officials to discuss the importance of partnerships between universities and cities.
  • The trip is the latest in a series of stops Bacow has made across the country, including visits to Pontiac, Mich., San Diego, Calif., and Miami, Fla.
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  • The Fox’s graduate association converged on the final club’s yellow meetinghouse at 44 JFK St. Tuesday morning to decide the fate of a gender-neutral membership proposal brought by its undergraduate members.
  • The measure failed after 52.9 percent of voters — less than the two-thirds necessary to change the club’s membership policies, per the club’s governing documents — assented.
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  • The College has roughly 25 Asian cultural affinity groups. Even more Asian-focused student organizations exist, running the gamut from the Asian American Dance Troupe to the Task Force on Asian and Pacific American Studies.
  • These groups have struggled with decisions over membership policies, the definition of “Asian American,” and the prioritization of political advocacy.
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