Christina Pazzanese and Colleen Walsh,Harvard Staff Writers
When allegations of serial sexual misconduct by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein broke in October, they triggered a cascading national reckoning over sexual harassment and assault in the workplace and beyond. In the weeks since, women have leveled charges against many high-profile men in entertainment and media, business and politics. As the accusations continue to erupt through the burgeoning #MeToo...
Attention: all incidents involving Harvard staff, students, faculty, or affiliates should be immediately reported to HUPD -- whether or not they occur on campus, and whether or not they rise to a criminal level.
Cambridge, Mass.—Nov. 12, 2015—The Harvard Foundation Presents A conversation with baseball Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez and Harvard Professor Michael Sandel, Tues., Nov. 17, 5 pm, Sever Hall 113.
“The students and faculty of the Harvard Foundation are delighted to host baseball Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez and Professor Michael Sandel in a lively discussion about the career of one of baseball’s greatest pitchers and the lessons we can learn from it,” said Dr. S. Allen Counter, Director of the Harvard Foundation. “It is a rare opportunity for our students to...
Seeing differences is OK, contend Diversity Dialogue duo
“Everyone is at least a little bit racist. It’s OK to see difference, " Tufts Associate Professor Keith Maddox (red shirt) told his Harvard audience. "While social categorizations simplify our world, they also create inaccuracies in our perceptions,” added Tufts Associate Professor Sam Sommers (blue shirt), during the FAS Diversity Dialogue on Thursday.