Harvard Will Train Athletics Coaches in Conflict of Interest Policy Following Investigation Into Fencing Coach
Harvard will train its athletics coaching staff on its conflict of interest policy in the wake of an investigation into head fencing coach Peter Brand for engaging in a real estate transaction with the parent of a current and then-prospective fencer.
Starting at the beginning of this academic year, student-athletes have had an additional resource at their disposal as they navigate both Harvard classes and Division I athletics: The Crimson Mind and Body Performance Program.
The Undergrad Union of Mixed Students received official recognition from the UC earlier this month as the first group on campus for all mixed race students.
Harvard faculty say they hope they can use their platform and expertise to support staff and students directly affected by immigration issues.
Wilson said he and his teams are planning for the release of a University-wide survey intended to gather data about inclusion and belonging.
Ninety-five incoming Harvard first-years arrived on campus early to participate in the new pre-orientation program.
During each hour of the “7x9” protest, a volunteer sat inside a 7-foot by 9-foot box made of tape, providing a visual representation of the small area allotted to prisoners placed in solitary confinement.
Some students praised the final report released by a University-wide task force on inclusion and belonging last week, noting the report's authors clearly took campus feedback on an earlier draft into account.
Many students reacted with optimism to the final report released by a University-wide task force on inclusion and belonging last week.
The lyrics, which previously read “till the stock of the Puritans die,” will now read “till the stars in the firmament die.”
The March 5 deadline has served as a call to Congress to pass protections for undocumented individuals in the United States—but it is now essentially irrelevant. If you're wondering what that means, read this.
The acclaimed R&B singer-songwriter will come to Cambridge to receive the award on March 3.
For almost half a century, students have been calling for the University to build and fund a multicultural center. For nearly half a century, Harvard has said no.
Some Harvard students critiqued the committee’s choice, noting they felt frustrated by a pick they said too closely resembles presidents past.