A Harvard Law professor criticized President Trump, calling him a “national emergency” due to the president’s immigration rhetoric.
Topic: Harvard University
A mentorship program for faculty members to mentor students by taking them for a meal, at the university’s expense, could cost upwards to six figures since 2015.
A Harvard University study concluded that if ‘trigger warnings,’ or warnings of potentially offensive material, were given to readers beforehand, those readers would be more anxious while reading books.
Harvard’s medical school removed portraits of previous department chairs, who were white men, out of concern that these portraits would offend students.
Matthew Vines, a “queer rights activist,” spoke at Harvard University and interpreted the Bible differently than Christian and Jewish biblical scholars on monogamous, heterosexual relationships.
The Kennedy School at Harvard University announced a new fellowship for students, specifically student leaders who are “committed to the Latino community” to honor a deceased chief diversity officer.
Laurence Tribe, an anti-Trump professor at Harvard, will be teaching a course on impeachment in the Trump era and it requires a CV in order to be one of the dozen students in the course.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) told Harvard graduate students that they must have another round of voting to go forward in their unionization plans.
Security costs have increased in light of protests at Harvard University, totaling at least $10,000 per speech.
The Department of Justice confirmed that they were investigating Harvard University of their affirmative action practices.