Posts tagged: Harvard University - Diverse

Cornel West: We’re All Responsible for ‘Gangster’ Trump

by David Pluviose | January 25, 2017
In his lecture at Harvard, Dr. Cornel West waxed introspective about the courage he believes is [...] Read more

Guillermo: Anti-affirmative Action Foes Continue with Fake Conclusions

by Emil Guillermo | December 27, 2016
Conservatives fighting affirmative action think they’ve learned from the Fisher case and are [...] Read more

Cornel West Returning to Harvard Faculty

by Jamal Eric Watson | November 20, 2016
Dr. Cornel West—arguably one of the nation’s most visible Black public intellectuals—will [...] Read more

Guillermo: Trump’s Son-in-law Benefits from White Affirmative Action

by Emil Guillermo |
Donald Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is an example of another kind of affirmative action [...] Read more

Before Election Day, Harvard Takes a Stand Against Sexist Locker Room Talk

by Emil Guillermo | November 6, 2016
After discovering a salacious scouting report where men’s soccer team members rated women’s [...] Read more

Harvard Reaches Tentative Deal with Striking Dining Workers

by Associated Press | October 25, 2016
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ― Harvard University says it has reached a tentative labor agreement with it [...] Read more

Guillermo: Harvard Continues to Nickel and Dime Striking Food Workers

by Emil Guillermo | October 24, 2016
Running a college or university isn’t always about the book learning. [...] Read more

Harvard Students Lead Sit-in to Back Striking Dining Workers

by Associated Press |
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ― Students at Harvard University are staging a campus sit-in to support the [...] Read more

Harvard Graduate Students Reach Deal to Vote on Unionization

by Associated Press | October 19, 2016
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. ― Graduate students at Harvard University are organizing an election to deci [...] Read more

Georgetown, Harvard Embrace Role in Slavery Atonement

by Catherine Morris | September 29, 2016
Colleges and universities have a significant role to play in investigating and reconciling the [...] Read more

CEO of Harvard’s $37B Endowment Resigns for Personal Reasons

by Associated Press | July 27, 2016
CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts ― The chief of Harvard University’s $37 billion endowment is resig [...] Read more

Study: Blacks Less Likely to be Shot by Police Than Whites

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | July 11, 2016
There is no evidence of racial discrimination in officer-involved shootings, according to a rec [...] Read more

Secret Harvard Club Breaks Silence, Followed by an Apology

by Collin Binkley, Associated Press | April 14, 2016
BOSTON — A Boston business chief who broke the public silence of a 225-year-old Harvard a [...] Read more

Walter Leonard: A Legendary Leader for All Seasons

by Frank Matthews | December 10, 2015
Walter Leonard, who died Tuesday at age 86, was one of the pioneering education leaders who suc [...] Read more

Where Are All the Black College Faculty?

by Leslie T. Fenwick and H. Patrick Swygert | November 11, 2015
It’s an uncomfortable and unacceptable shame ― nearly two decades into a new millennium ― [...] Read more