Even if he clears the FBI investigation a second time, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will still have to face the scrutiny of Harvard. “Harvard’s Undergraduate Council voted Sunday night to demand the University investigate allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh sexually assaulted several women before allowing the judge to return to campus to lecture at the Law School this winter,” Jonah S. Berger reported in The Harvard Crimson.
What might surprise is that the vote was not unanimous. “Twenty-five representatives voted in favor of the measure, which was sponsored by Treasurer Nadine M. Khoury ’20, Secretary Rainbow Yeung ’20, and newly elected representative Grey Johnson ’22,” Berger reported. “Thirteen voted against it.”