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Lucy Wang

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Claudine Gay

FAS Dean Gay Says She Supports Early Registration

FAS Dean Claudine Gay has thrown her support behind the proposed early registration system, which would replace shopping week.

Claudine Gay

New FAS Dean Gay Recruiting Faculty Who Study Race, Ethnicity

New dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Claudine Gay said in an interview last week that she is actively recruiting faculty who study race and ethnicity.

Claudine Gay

Claudine Gay Reflects on First Weeks of FAS Deanship

“My motivation has been if I can understand the people and where they're coming from, and what their aspirations are that my priorities will kind of emerge organically out of those conversations,” Claudine Gay said.


Harvard Launches Survey to Assess Government Dept. Culture After Dominguez Controversy

The survey includes questions asking whether affiliates feel included, whether they have experienced harassment, and how they would rate their professional well-being.

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Student Life

One Month In, Professors and Students Still Adjusting to New FAS Schedule

The new schedule — which Faculty voted to approve in 2017— extends the length of a standard course from 60 to 75 minutes and eliminates “Harvard Time."

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Bacow Warns of Divisive Nature of Admissions Lawsuit at Faculty Meeting

The trial, which will begin Oct. 15, has “the potential to divide our campus,” Bacow said.

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College Finance

Faculty of Arts and Sciences Ends FY 2018 with $3.1 Million Surplus

Following at least four years of budget deficits, The Faculty of Arts and Sciences ended fiscal year 2018 with a $3.1 million surplus, according to the Dean’s annual report.


Harvard Affiliates Gather to Honor and Remember Ahmed S. Gondal ’18 and His ‘Radiant’ Smile

Around 40 Harvard students and administrators gathered in Kirkland House Thursday night to honor Ahmed S. Gondal ’18, who died suddenly earlier this week.

Hutchins Center

Colin Kaepernick, Dave Chappelle Among Du Bois Medal Awardees

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.

Faculty Retirement Handbook

Dominguez Retains Emeritus Privileges Pending Results of Sexual Misconduct Investigation

Pending the results of an investigation into his alleged sexual harassment of at least 20 women, Dominguez will continue to receive the perks that come with emeritus status, including access to University spaces and research support.

Area of Arrest

Harvard Committee Reviewing Controversial Arrest of Black Student Misses Deadline to Finish Work

When Faust formed a committee to "review" the forcible arrest of a black Harvard student last spring, she said it should work with "special urgency" to complete its task before the start of the fall semester. That hasn't happened.

Faculty Meeting

Claybaugh to Serve as Interim Faculty Director of the Program in General Education

Faculty Director of the Program in General Education Jason P. Mitchell has stepped down after serving a year in the position.

New Class Schedule

Harvard Time is Gone. Here's How to Navigate the New Schedule

The fall term and the new course schedule kick off Tuesday. Here's what you need to know.


Government Department Climate Committee Releases First Report

The committee — formed in the wake of multiple sexual harassment allegations against retired Government professor Jorge I. Dominguez — detailed in its first report preliminary plans for a departmental climate survey.

Claudine Gay

In First, Four Harvard Schools to be Led by Black Women

Come Aug. 15, for the first time in Harvard’s history, four of the University’s schools will be led by African-American women.