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Sexual Assault

Undergraduate Council

In Response to Anonymous Op-Ed, UC Forms Sexual Assault Policy Task Force

The UC has formed a task force to involve students in the discussion on Harvard’s sexual assault policies in response to a first-person, anonymous op-ed published in The Crimson.

Student Life

Alicia Oeser Named Permanent OSAPR Director

The current interim director of the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response will replace Sarah A. Rankin, who left Harvard in September.

College

Search Underway for New OSAPR Director

After the departure of Sarah A. Rankin in September, The Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response has begun its search for a new director.

UC Referenda
Undergraduate Council

UC Referenda

A timeline of events following the passage of three referenda in last November's UC presidential election.

Visual Arts

Art Therapy

The arts have collectively provided Harvard students with an outlet for creative self-expression, allowing them to explore issues of mental health in safe spaces and with freedom of expression. One campus artist who has utilized art to generate discussion about mental health, Bex H. Kwan ’14, sees the two as inseparable: “What is art not on mental health issues?”

College

Harvard Alum Describes Experience with Domestic Violence

Steiner, a businesswoman, author, and journalist, discussed her experience with domestic violence with Harvard community members on Tuesday evening.

College

OSAPR Director To Depart for MIT

Sarah Rankin, the administrator who expanded programming aimed at educating students about sexual prevention and awareness, will depart Harvard at the end of the month to fill the recently created position of Title IX Investigator for MIT.

Crime

Woman Reports Being Sexually Assaulted Near Allston Campus

According to an update released by the Boston Police Department Wednesday, a police investigation led to the conclusion that the sexual assault report described was “erroneous.”

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