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Harvard University Sued For Allegedly Profiting Off Images Of Slaves
Harvard University is being accused of profiting off images of slaves from the 1850s.
Harvard Sued For Allegedly Profiting From Early Photos Of Slaves
Tamara Lanier of Connecticut is suing the Ivy League school for "wrongful seizure, possession and expropriation" of photos taken of her ancestors for a racist study.
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Chrissy Teigen Mocks College Bribery Scam With Feisty Photoshop
"Does this look real? We're trying to get into Harvard."
Students React To College Admissions Bribery Scandal
College students are reacting to “Operation Varsity Blues,” an FBI investigation of an elite college admissions scandal.
Harvard Students Call For Harvey Weinstein Attorney To Step Down As House Dean
Ronald Sullivan says he can represent the former Hollywood mogul on sex abuse charges and oversee a residence full of students. Others disagree.
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A Harvard Geneticist Wants To Sell A Magical Molecule To Reverse Aging. It Works. In Mice.
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David Sinclair stirred up controversy before when he promoted — and got $8 million — off a “miraculous molecule.”
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1 In 3 Workers With Caregiving Duties At Home Have Quit A Job Because Of It
Caregivers aren’t getting enough help from employers, who generally don’t see the problem, according to new Harvard research.
Exactly How Bad Is Trump At Making Deals? Even Worse Than You Think.
The shutdown stalemate highlights how the president’s strategies contradict best practices, negotiation experts explain.
Kansas Teen To Graduate From High School And Harvard In Same Month
Braxton Moral is the only student to successfully pursue a four-year high school degree and a bachelor’s degree from Harvard at the same time.
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David Hogg, Parkland Shooting Survivor, Says He's Going To Harvard
The gun control activist announced his plans several months after Fox News' Laura Ingraham mocked him for not getting into a few universities.
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Harvard's Bipartisan Congressional Orientation Under Fire For Being Too Corporate
Progressive members of Congress publicly took the university's confab to task, saying it needed more representation from the left.
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First Black Woman To Lead Harvard Crimson To Show Students Of Color They're Not Alone
“I feel really lucky to be taking on The Crimson at this time and to show other people of color you are not the only one," Kristine E. Guillaume said.
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Meet The First Undocumented Immigrant Rhodes Scholar In History
Jin Park, the son of a line cook and nail salon worker, moved to the U.S. from South Korea when he was 7 years old.
Tim Cook Warns That Personal Data Is Being 'Weaponized Against Us'
The process of collecting scraps of data and assembling them allows companies "to know you better than you know yourself," Apple's CEO said.
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Colin Kaepernick Receives Harvard's W.E.B. Du Bois Medal For NFL Kneeling Protests
"Love is at the root of our resistance," the former NFL player reportedly said in his acceptance speech.
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No, Affirmative Action Has Not Made Asian-Americans The 'New Jews'
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I literally wrote the book on the subject.
Harvard Diving Coach On Leave Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Chris Heaton is one of the former Ripfest diving camp instructors accused of harassing or assaulting female athletes.
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Harvard Says Kavanaugh Won’t Be Teaching His Supreme Court Class In January
The embattled Supreme Court nominee has been teaching the class on the high court's modern history since 2009.
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Harvard Law School Dean Won’t Say If Brett Kavanaugh Still Has A Job
The dean assured students that the school would be conducting "necessary inquiries."
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Harvard Law Students Say School Should Reconsider Brett Kavanaugh's Teaching Job
"Unless a full and fair investigation is conducted, Harvard Law School cannot allow Kavanaugh to continue teaching its students," they wrote.
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Harvard University Discriminates Against Asian-Americans: Justice Department
By MARIA DANILOVA, COLLIN BINKLEY and ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press
The department sided with a lawsuit filed against the Ivy League school over how it considers race in its admissions policy.
Atlanta Students Dominate Harvard Debate Competition
“I wanted people to see where I came from and how I could keep up with them,” says Atlanta student Jordan Thomas after winning an elite debate competition.
Why I’ll Still Put 'Asian' On College Applications Even If It Costs Me Admission
Rebecca L. Stevenson
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A life where I am not Indian is a life where I am not myself.
As A Mental Health Crisis Sweeps Across Colleges, Students Step Up To Fix It
"If it can can save one life, then all of that work is worth it."
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Natalie Portman Says Ex-Friend Jared Kushner Has Become A 'Supervillain'
Harvard classmate Kushner wasn't a great student, she added.
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Arizona Man Charged With Threatening To Bomb Harvard's Black Commencement
By Reuters Staff, Reuters
After Harvard announced it would hold a special commencement to celebrate the accomplishments of black students, Zuckerman posted “#bombharvard and end their pro-black agenda" on social media.
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