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Museums hold Native American remains
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Museums hold Native American remains
Following Harvard University’s disclosure that it has held in its collections hair samples taken from 700 Native American children, local activists are calling for passage of legislation that would enable tribes to recover from museums human remains, sacred objects and other items stolen or taken illegally from Indigenous people.
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Harvard students skeptical of slavery fund
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Harvard students skeptical of slavery fund
Harvard students interviewed in Cambridge last week expressed skepticism that a $100 million commitment by the university to compensate for its ties to slavery will be effectively spent.
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Harvard U. workers rally for better wages
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Harvard U. workers rally for better wages
Members of Harvard workers’ unions rallied Nov. 9 to show solidarity with the university’s custodians and security guards, who are in the midst of a contract negotiation.
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Cornel West calls it quits at Harvard
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Cornel West calls it quits at Harvard
Harvard University professor Dr. Cornel R. West, who had been threating a second departure from the Ivy League institution since he was not offered a tenured position last month, announced Monday that he will leave for a post at Union Theological Seminary, where he was first hired at 23-years-old.
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Editorial
Harvard makes scapegoat of Sullivan
The Harvard University administration presented a damaging example to the students by terminating the faculty dean Ronald S. Sullivan Jr.
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Arts & Culture
Loud and proud: Harvard’s Kuumba Singers celebrate black theater
Harvard University’s Kuumba Singers kicked off their 48th Annual Dean Archie C. Epps Spring Concert on Saturday night with a lively mash-up of “Get Ready” and “Dancing in the Streets” from “Motown the Musical.” Dancing down the Sanders Theater’s aisles and onto the stage, the performers radiated joy.
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