Khurana Praises, Defends Diversity Task Force Report

November 1, 2017
By Kristine E. Guillaume, CRIMSON STAFF WRITER

Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana said last week that a preliminary set of recommendations from a University-wide diversity task force has prompted him to attempt to make it easier for undergraduates to cross-register at other Harvard schools.

Till the Song of the Puritans Dies

October 6, 2017

 We support the democratic process of reforming Harvard's alma mater.

By The Crimson Editorial Board

The release of the 20-verse “longlist” of potential final lines for the lyrics of “Fair Harvard” has brought with it unique and exciting ways students can help change one of our school’s historic traditions. Whatever we may think about the substance of the change, it is good that students can help guide a change that will impact the next generation of Harvard affiliates.

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Diversity Task Force Releases Draft Report

September 25, 2017
By Kristine E. Guillaume and Claire E. Parker, CRIMSON STAFF WRITERS

A University-wide task force focused on diversity and inclusion recommended Monday that central administrators work with individual schools to devise plans to ensure historically marginalized groups experience “full membership in the Harvard community.”

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Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging continues outreach

September 8, 2017

University community can voice recommendations on Solution Space

As the academic year gets underway, the Presidential Task Force on Inclusion and Belonging is entering its final phase of work, and will continue to look to the Harvard community for suggesting solutions and vetting preliminary recommendations to help the campus achieve its goals for inclusion and belonging.

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