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Today's Stories
  • One of the people who filed the complaint, Kursat Christoff Pekgoz, has also filed complaints with OCR against Yale University, the University of Southern California, Georgetown University, and Northwestern University.
  • Harvard is already undergoing three federal probes into its Title IX compliance.
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  • Student research assistants at Harvard Law School received their first pay raise in more than a decade this month thanks to a Massachusetts minimum wage law that took effect Jan. 1.
  • In total, 742 student workers throughout the university received raises when the state minimum wage rose from $11 to $12 per hour.
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  • Eli J. Langley ’20-’21 said that when he arrived at Harvard he found the University's language programs made it difficult to receive credit for Koasati.
  • But recent changes to the language requirement have paved the way for more students to receive credit for proficiency in Native-American languages.
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  • Event attendees made fleece blankets for homeless and low-income people in Cambridge; sorted food and winter clothing donations; and crafted valentines for seniors, veterans, and active military overseas
  • United States Senator and presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren attended the event and spoke with volunteers and organizers alike.
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  • Local activists and at least one public official are calling on Harvard to remove the Sackler family’s name from its buildings after a court filing alleged the family knowingly understated the risks of its company’s addictive opioid product.
  • Arthur M. Sackler has donated significant sums to Harvard and helped fund the Arthur M. Sackler Museum, which holds the University’s collection of Asian, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean art.
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