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Harvard University spokesperson Jonathan Swain told the Harvard Crimson in an email that university officials are working to resolve the issue before classes begin on Sept.
The Harvard Crimson, a publication that centres on the affairs of the college, reported that after securing slots in Harvard, the students formed a Facebook group of about 100 members to share memes about popular culture.
According to the Harvard Crimson, approximately 100 students attended the first lecture of English 181 A, "Asian American Literature," in January, reflecting a growing interest in Asian American studies.
The outcome probably would have been summarized by the Harvard Crimson along the lines of its famous headline, "Harvard Beats Yale, 29-29."
Because the covering of the pictures of black professors occurred immediately after a group of largely-black protesters, as reported in the Harvard Crimson, covered the seal of the law school, and because, as the Crimson also reported, the same tape was used in both instances, Banzhaf argued that retaliation for the earlier defacement of the seal was a more likely explanation for the picture defacement than a sudden, unexpected, and unrelated expression of racism by white Harvard students.
According to the April 16 issue of the Harvard Crimson, "Environmental activist group Divest Harvard blockaded Massachusetts Hall for a fourth day on Wednesday, continuing to demand that Harvard divest its endowment from fossil fuels even as some top University officials largely ignored them.''
The new policy builds upon one released in August that said students, faculty and staff members need "to avoid nonessential travel to the three countries," The Harvard Crimson newspaper reported.
George (paired with Cornel West), telling the campus paper, "What really bothered me is, the whole idea is that at a liberal arts college, we need to be hearing a diversity of opinion." Or take the Harvard Crimson editorial writer who argued that the traditional ideal of academic freedom should give way to "academic justice"-- which means suppressing any dissenting views, she explained, starting with lonely campus conservative Harvey Mansfield.
Past reports in The Harvard Crimson also linked football, baseball and hockey players to the scandal.