A new challenge to College sanctions on single-gender social clubs
Courtesy of Harvard Public Affairs and Communications
A faculty committee considers if there are other means to achieve the non-discrimination goals of a social-organizations policy.
A tradition transformed, to prepare for undergraduate education across the river.
Photographs from left: Stephanie Mitchell/Harvard Public Affairs & Communications and courtesy of Kay Kaufman Shelemay.
An implementation committee suggests consistent and expanded application of a policy regarding single-gender social organizations.
Photograph by Ken Richardson
The Law School dean steps down, graduate-student union balloting, divestment, and more
Illustration by Anthony Freda
The Undergraduate considers campus debate and action in a polarized era.
Broadening the debate on Harvard’s single-gender social organizations
Progress reported on gender, but with notable areas of concern remaining for some minority hires