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‘How Far Is Too Far?’: Pro-Palestine Activism Under the Garber Presidency

Alan Garber has largely drawn praise for his measured response to controversy and his ability to assuage a divided campus. But some students and faculty have condemned Garber’s approach to protests for being unusually repressive and forceful, drawing new, unprecedented lines around campus speech and protest.


Harvard Corporation Rejects FAS Effort to Let 13 Pro-Palestine Student Protesters Graduate

The Harvard Corporation rejected an effort by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences to confer degrees on 13 seniors facing disciplinary charges for participating in the pro-Palestine encampment, opening a new front in the standoff between faculty and the board.


Nearly 500 Harvard Faculty, Staff Blast Sanctions Against Pro-Palestine Protesters in Open Letter

Nearly 500 Harvard faculty and staff members signed an open letter Monday condemning the “unprecedented, disproportionate, and arbitrary” level of sanctions against pro-Palestine demonstrators who camped in Harvard Yard.


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.


5 Harvard Students Suspended, More Than 20 Face Probation for Encampment Participation

The Harvard College Administrative Board suspended five students and placed more than 20 students on probation Friday evening over their involvement in the 20-day pro-Palestine encampment in Harvard Yard, according to two Harvard Out of Occupied Palestine organizers and a faculty member with knowledge of the situation.


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.


Harvard President Garber Breaks Silence on Encampment, Threatens ‘Involuntary Leave’ for Protesters

Interim Harvard President Alan M. Garber ’76 broke his silence on the pro-Palestine encampment Monday morning in a University-wide email threatening “involuntary leave” for protesters who continued to occupy Harvard Yard.


More Than 30 Students to Appear Before Harvard College Ad Board for Pro-Palestine Yard Encampment

More than 30 undergraduates were asked Monday morning to appear before the Harvard College Administrative Board, which will decide whether students will face disciplinary action for their participation in the pro-Palestine Yard encampment.


Senior Harvard Officials Clarify Protest Guidelines as Students Return to Campus

Harvard’s top brass outlined the forms of protest and dissent that violate University policies in an email to Harvard affiliates Friday afternoon, a warning that comes after months of intense campus protests in the wake of the Israel-Hamas war.


Harvard Faculty, Staff Form Pro-Palestine Advocacy Group

More than 65 Harvard faculty and staff members have formed a pro-Palestine advocacy group called Harvard Faculty and Staff for Justice in Palestine, according to a Jan. 6 statement posted to the group’s website.


Eight Students Face Harvard College Ad Board Hearings After 24-Hour University Hall Occupation

Eight undergraduates are facing disciplinary hearings before the Harvard College Administrative Board over their participation in last week’s 24-hour occupation of University Hall, several of the students confirmed during a protest at Massachusetts Hall Monday afternoon.


Harvard College Dean Rakesh Khurana Discusses New ‘Restorative Justice’ Disciplinary Practices

Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana said in an interview earlier this month that the school has taken steps to integrate “restorative justice” into its disciplinary practices, a move that coincides with a downward trend in Administrative Board cases.


Harvard College Required 51 Students to Withdraw Last Year for Academic Underperformance

The Harvard College Administrative Board placed nearly 150 students on probation and required 51 to withdraw for academic underperformance during the 2021-22 school year — a five-year high — according to a report released by the school at the beginning of the fall semester.


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