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The Way Things Linger
The story hit like a slap, but the after-burn lasted for days. I didn’t talk about it. None of us did.
Students Filing In
Students file into Queen's Head Pub to cast their ballots during Harvard's second unionization election.
Doors to Voting Place
Doors conceal the line of voters inside the Queen's Head Pub during the first day of voting in Harvard's second unionization election.
A pro-unionization poster hangs taped to a campus postering board on the first day of voting in Harvard's second unionization election.
Presidential Search Narrows to Under 20 Candidates
The 15-member search committee is currently winnowing a list of under 20 candidates and will pare it down further in coming weeks, according to individuals close to the search.
Republican Legislation Could Prevent Harvard from Enforcing Sanctions
Harvard could be prevented from enforcing its sanctions on members of single-gender social groups under a measure included in amended legislation proposed by Republicans in the House of Representatives.
College Will Debut Plan to Enforce Sanctions Next Semester
Khurana said he is aware students may be confused about the policy and that he hopes to clear up the uncertainty as soon as possible.
With Monday Vote, Corporation Abruptly Ends Governance Debate
Thirteen Corporation members jetted into Cambridge, stepped into sleek black cars, and were chauffeured to Loeb House to vote to maintain Harvard’s penalties.
Corporation Votes to Keep May 2016 Social Group Policy
The College’s penalties on members of single-gender final clubs and Greek organizations will remain in effect after the Harvard Corporation voted to keep the policy unchanged on Monday.
Lee Says Harvard’s Next President Likely to Keep Sanctions
Harvard’s next president will likely keep the College’s penalties on members of single-gender social groups largely unaltered, William F. Lee ’72 said last week.