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How Harvard’s Presidential Search Committee Landed On Claudine Gay
The search committee, led by Harvard Corporation Senior Fellow Penny S. Pritzker ’81, considered more than 600 nominations over the span of just five months, making it the shortest Harvard presidential search in almost 70 years.
Harvard Undergraduate Association Presidential Election Timeline Delayed Twice in Three Days
The Harvard Undergraduate Association’s presidential election timeline has been delayed for the second time in three days, according to emails to candidates from the body’s election commission.
How Cambridge’s Unhoused Residents Endured the Record-Breaking Cold
Confronting record-breaking low temperatures earlier this month, some of Cambridge’s unhoused residents sought refuge in shelters offering extended hours last weekend, while others faced the cold.
Harvard Alum Petitions Supreme Court of India to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage
Utkarsh Saxena, who earned a Master of Laws from Harvard Law School in 2014 and an MPA from Harvard Kennedy School in 2020, said he faced “a lot of phobia” around his identity. Now, Saxena is petitioning the Supreme Court of India to legalize same-sex marriage.
With Sound Museum Set to Close, Allston-Brighton Musicians Seek New Stage
As Allston-Brighton’s Sound Museum prepares to close in late February, neighborhood musicians are seeking alternative rehearsal spaces.
Harvard Endowment Fossil Fuel Investments Rose In Value During Fiscal Year 2022
The value of fossil fuel investments in Harvard’s endowment ticked up during fiscal year 2022 as energy prices soared, according to a Harvard Management Company report released Thursday.
Campus Affinity Groups Raise More Than $30,000 for Turkey-Syria Earthquake Relief
Following the Feb. 6 earthquakes across Turkey and Syria, members of the Harvard College Turkish Student Association and Harvard Society of Arab Students organized fundraisers to donate money to victims, amassing more than $30,000 since Monday.
Former Secretary of Defense Ash Carter Remembered at Harvard Memorial Church Service
Students, colleagues, and Harvard affiliates joined friends and family to celebrate the life and memory of former U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton B. Carter at Memorial Church on Wednesday morning.
Harvard Law School Student Charged With Assaulting Student In Homophobic Attack
A Harvard Law School student was arrested after allegedly assaulting a fellow HLS student in a homophobic attack last month, according to a Harvard University Police report.
Ken Roth Discusses Fellowship Veto at IOP Forum, Alleges ‘Plenty of Pro-Israel Tilting’ at Harvard
Former Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth discussed the Harvard Kennedy School’s decision to veto, then subsequently offer, his fellowship at an Institute of Politics JFK Jr. Forum on Wednesday.
Renewed Restrictions on Harvard Branding Guidelines to Affect Some Prominent Clubs
A renewed effort by the Harvard College Dean of Students Office to restrict the use of Harvard branding by student organizations could alter the branding of multiple student groups.
More Than 100 Call for Harvard Kennedy School Dean to Resign After Decision to Oust Joan Donovan
More than 100 people signed a petition calling on Harvard Kennedy School Dean Douglas W. Elmendorf to resign after The Crimson reported he is forcing out online misinformation expert Joan M. Donovan from her role at the Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy and ending her research project.
City Council Committees Discuss Laboratory Zoning and Affordable Housing
The Economic Development and University Relations committees of the Cambridge City Council held a joint discussion to form recommendations on a laboratory zoning petition and a related policy order Tuesday afternoon.