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Michelle N. Amponsah

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‘Bought Me In’: How Student-Run International Conferences Rake in Cash, Fund Free Vacations

As Harvard clubs have grown into full-fledged companies with six-figure budgets, some of them have come to rely on international conferences as a significant source of revenue.

William R. Fitzsimmons '67

Admissions Dean, Securitas Guard To Address 2024 Grads After Other Speakers Turn Harvard Down

​​The Senior Class Committee wanted Barack Obama or Drake to speak at Class Day this year, but the Harvard Alumni Association said they had Class Day speakers at home.

Dean Khurana Watches Protesters at Encampment Friday Morning

Harvard College’s Disciplinary Proceedings, Explained

The Harvard College Administrative Board is under scrutiny for suspending five student protesters and placing more than 20 others on probation. Here is how Harvard’s opaque disciplinary process works.

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Harvard Students, Faculty Denounce Suspensions of Pro-Palestine Protesters

Harvard affinity groups and faculty slammed the College’s decision to suspend five students and place more than 20 students on probation for their involvement in the pro-Palestine encampment.

Sunset Over Harvard Yard Encampment on May 7
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More Students Placed on Involuntary Leaves of Absence for Involvement in Pro-Palestine Encampment

The additional notices came just one day after Harvard placed 20 students on involuntary leaves of absence on Friday morning for their participation in the encampment, bringing the total number to 22.

HUPD Mass Hall Palestine Protest

Harvard University Police Enter Encampment, Photograph Protesters

Harvard University Police Department officers entered the pro-Palestine encampment in Harvard Yard and photographed students on Monday, according to an Instagram post by Harvard Out of Occupied Palestine.

Land Back Sign Pro-Palestine Encampment

Pro-Palestine Students Reject Harvard President’s Proposal to End Encampment

Members of the pro-Palestine encampment rejected a proposal from interim University President Alan M. Garber ’76 to end their two-week occupation of Harvard Yard and avoid receiving involuntary leave of absence notices.

Encampment in Front of University Hall

Harvard Places Encampment Protesters on Involuntary Leaves of Absence

Harvard began placing students on involuntary leaves of absence for their involvement in the ongoing pro-Palestine encampment in the Yard on Friday morning, according to a Harvard Out of Occupied Palestine Instagram post.

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Protesters March To Harvard President Garber’s Home, Demand Start of Negotiations

More than 400 Harvard students and Cambridge residents marched to the private residence of interim Harvard President Alan M. Garber ’76 during a pro-Palestine rally Monday evening, after Garber refused to negotiate with protesters amid their ongoing encampment in Harvard Yard.

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Harvard Employee Fired Following Online Heated Exchange With Jewish Student

Harvard terminated the employment of Gustavo Espada, a staff member in the East Asian Languages and Civilizations department, following an online exchange with a student over the defacing of posters displaying Israeli hostages.


Encampment Protesters Set Monday Deadline for Harvard to Begin Negotiations

Harvard Out of Occupied Palestine — the pro-Palestine student group staging an encampment in Harvard Yard — gave the University a Monday deadline to begin negotiations for their demands that Harvard disclose and divest from investments and companies in Israel and the West Bank.

Encampment Day 8 Rally

Pro-Palestine Protesters Rally for Rafah, in Support of Arrested Columbia Demonstrators

More than 200 pro-Palestine demonstrators protested in solidarity with demonstrators at Columbia University at a Wednesday afternoon rally at the Harvard Yard encampment.

Harvard Hall at Yard Encampment

Harvard Hall Final Exam Locations Changed as Harvard Yard Encampment Enters Second Week

Final examinations originally scheduled to take place in Harvard Hall were relocated to other buildings amid the ongoing pro-Palestine encampment..

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Protesters Prepare for Final Exams Amid Encampment, Threat of Disciplinary Action

As undergraduates occupy Harvard Yard in the most significant pro-Palestine demonstration on campus to date, they are also balancing their role as students during a critical time in the semester: finals period.

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Dean of Students Dunne Again Threatens ‘Increased Sanctions’ for Students at Yard Encampment

Dean of Students Thomas Dunne said in a Saturday email to undergraduates that the pro-Palestine encampment in Harvard Yard has disturbed freshmen students trying to study for final exams and issued another warning that protesters will face disciplinary action.