Nathaniel Sanders To Serve As Next Undergraduate Catholic Chaplain

Nathaniel Sanders, a priest of the Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, will become the next Undergraduate Catholic Chaplain at the Harvard Catholic Center beginning Sunday, according to affiliates of the Center.

Task Forces on Antisemitism, Islamophobia Announce Listening Sessions for Harvard Undergraduates

Harvard’s dual presidential task forces to combat antisemitism and anti-Muslim and anti-Arab bias will hold a series of listening sessions for undergraduate students over the next two weeks, according to a Friday morning email from the Dean of Students Office.

Lowell Panel on Islamophobia and Antisemitism Canceled After Panelists Withdraw

The organizer of a Lowell House panel on Islamophobia and antisemitism canceled the event Wednesday afternoon after two of the panelists withdrew due to backlash and a lack of institutional support for the event.

Lowell House Deans, Safra Center Denounce Panel on Antisemitism and Islamophobia Following Backlash

The Lowell House Faculty Deans and the Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Ethics removed themselves as co-sponsors of an upcoming Thursday panel on Islamophobia and antisemitism, following student complaints and public criticism that the event failed to include Jewish and Zionist voices.

X Suspends Account Belonging to Harvard Islamic Studies Program

The X account belonging to the Harvard Islamic Studies Program was suspended on Feb. 22 for “violating rules against platform manipulation and spam,” according to Harry Bastermajian, the program’s executive director.

Bernie Steinberg, Former Harvard Hillel Director, Remembered As ‘Tremendous’ Teacher, Listener

Late last year, Bernie Steinberg had been watching a crisis at Harvard unfold from his home in Chicago. As outrage over then-President Claudine Gay’s leadership and accusations of antisemitism on campus sparked national headlines, Steinberg —  the director of Harvard Hillel from 1993 to 2010 — decided to take action.

Catholic Chaplain Patrick Fiorillo To Step Down After Nearly 6 Years in Role

Patrick J. Fiorillo, the Undergraduate Catholic Chaplain, will step down from his role on May 31, he announced in a statement released on the Harvard Catholic Center website on Jan. 22.

Harvard President Gay Forms Advisory Group to Combat Antisemitism on Campus

After Harvard faced fierce criticism over its response to the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on Israel, top administrators will work with a newly established advisory group to combat antisemitism on campus, University President Claudine Gay announced at a Harvard Hillel Shabbat dinner Friday.

Dean Distances Harvard Divinity School From Israel Statement Issued by Religion and Public Life Program Leaders

Harvard Divinity School Interim Dean David F. Holland distanced the institution from a statement on the ongoing war in Israel and Gaza issued by leaders of the HDS Religion and Public Life program.

Harvard Affiliates Gather at Hillel to Show Support and Grieve Amid Invasion of Israel

More than 100 University affiliates attended a Harvard Hillel gathering Saturday afternoon to mourn the lives lost to a deadly invasion of Israel by the Islamist militant group Hamas and to offer support to those affected by the attacks.

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