Harvard’s Title IX Office debuted an anonymous online reporting form on Monday designed to help students report sexual misconduct with greater comfort and logistical ease.
Kusama has emerged as one of the preeminent artists of her generation — and “LOVE IS CALLING,” which opened at the ICA on Sept. 19, is launching to enormous fanfare.
Ninety-nine percent of Harvard College students have now completed this year’s edition of the school’s annual Title IX training module. The 2019-2020 academic year marks the second time that course enrollment has been tied to completion of the training module.
Two graduate students at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have created a peer-to-peer support network for graduate students, which launched at the beginning of this academic year.
Donald H. Pfister juggles many roles — Organismic and Evolutionary Biology professor, botany manuscript curator, and chair of the Title IX policy review committee.
Harvard’s gender and sex-based harassment policies hang in the balance.
Each year, as spring descends upon Massachusetts and the cherry trees burst into blossom, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston brings a touch of flora inside the museum, too.
Advocates of anonymous reporting — including the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, which spearheaded a sexual misconduct climate collaborative in which Harvard is involved — say that anonymity helps to support victims.
Costumes must let performers showcase their artistry — and, according to Boston’s costume workers, the clothing must also be artwork itself.
Harvard's sexual misconduct climate survey, which is entering its third week, has received a response rate of more than 20 percent — already almost half of the survey’s total response rate in 2015.
Sexual Misconduct Climate Survey Firm Paid $1.5 Million in 2014 Employment Discrimination Settlement
The Association of American Universities released its second national sexual misconduct survey April 2 in collaboration with Westat — a research firm that faced employment discrimination charges in 2014.
Panelists, performers, and speakers at Harvard’s inaugural gender equity summit — Harvard Hears You — crossed the stage in the Smith Campus Center on Tuesday as onlookers passed through, staying for minutes or hours at the day-long event.
After two hours of live music in Sanders Theatre, Harvard’s College Events Board took to the stage, revealing letters on posters one by one. The audience shouted guesses (“Drake?”) from the balcony.
For Christian Siriano, a fashion designer and member of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, making headlines is nothing new.
Fifty-two Harvard Law School professors signed a letter supporting their fellow Professor and Winthrop House Faculty Dean Ronald S. Sullivan, Jr. as he faces on-campus scrutiny following his decision to represent Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
Hasty Pudding Donates to Anti-Sex Trafficking Nonprofit Following Criticism of Epstein Donations
To Harvard’s Chinese Students
Asking Philosopher T. M. Scanlon ‘What We Owe to Each Other’
Seniors Create Club to Combat 'Underrepresentation' of Women in Harvard Athletics
What the Hell Happened: CupcakKe Delivers an Emotional Goodbye as She Announces Her Retirement