Students Sue Harvard For Investment In Private Prisons

By Staff, -

This is not a decision that our campaign arrived at lightly. Turning to the courts is a last resort. Having tried multiple channels, from protests to petitions to rallies to teach-ins to reports [...]

Harvard Law School Students Disrupt Recruitment Event, Calling On Major Law Firm To #DropExxon

By Eoin Higgins, -

Over 100 students from Harvard Law School staged a public protest against a recruitment dinner hosted by law firm Paul Weiss on Wednesday night, calling for the company to cut ties with fossil [...]

Monsanto Pays Harvard Wizard $100k To Perform Statistical Magic Show For Jury

By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Kevin Baum, -

Despite its impressive name, the HSPH has earned an unsavory reputation for taking rich contributions from polluters in exchange for producing scientific “research” that fortifies corporate [...]

Demonstrators Hold ‘Die-In’ To Protest Sackler Family’s Ties To Harvard Art Museums

By Isabelle Agee-Jacobson and Caroline S. Engelmayer, -

Shouting “people over profits” and throwing pill bottles on the floor, more than 30 demonstrators held a “die-in” in Harvard's Arthur M. Sackler Museum Friday to protest its connections to a [...]

Protesters Confront Betsy DeVos At The Harvard Kennedy School

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By Spencer Buell for Boston Daily - Protesters, some standing with their fists in the air and waving signs that included the words “white supremacist,” swarmed to greet Secretary of Education [...]

Shame: Harvard Welcomes Spicer, Spurns Manning

By Francine Prose, -

By Francine Prose for The Guardian. Boston, MA - I graduated from Harvard in 1968. (Officially, my diploma was from Radcliffe, the now disbanded women’s college, but all of our classes were at [...]

Harvard Kennedy Succumbs To CIA Pressure, Revokes Chelsea Manning’s Fellowship

By Kevin Gosztola, -

By Kevin Gosztola for The Guardian - The Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School revoked an invitation for United States military whistleblower Chelsea Manning to serve as a visiting [...]

Chelsea Manning Hung Up Phone On Harvard Dean Who Delivered Fellowship Snub

By Ed Pilkington, -

By Ed Pilkington for The Guardian - Chelsea Manning, the former US soldier who leaked hundreds of thousands of state secrets and served seven years in military prison, abruptly terminated a phone [...]

The Silencing Of Chelsea Manning Puts Power Before Freedom Of Speech

By Benjamin Clayton, -

By Benjamin Clayton for Independent - There are difficult questions for Chelsea Manning to answer. As a visiting fellow – someone expected to speak publicly, answer questions, and be confronted [...]

Chelsea Manning At Harvard: The Fear Of Veritas

By Binoy Kampmark, -

By Binoy Kampmark for Global Research - The last assertion is precisely the reason why Manning should be garlanded with floral tributes of acknowledgement on getting to the Kennedy School. Even [...]

This Harvard Fellow Resigned To Protest Chelsea Manning

By Emma Kerr, -

By Emma Kerr for Bustle - Michael Morell, a former CIA deputy director, resigned from his Harvard fellowship because the university appointed Chelsea Manning to one as well. Harvard announced on [...]

At $75,560, Housing A Prisoner Costs More Than Harvard

By Staff, -

By Staff of Associated Press -The price for each inmate has doubled since 2005, even as court orders related to overcrowding have reduced the population by about one-quarter. Salaries and [...]

Harvard ‘Pausing’ Investments In Some Fossil Fuels

By Oliver Milman, -

By Oliver Milman for The Guardian - Harvard University is “pausing” investments in some fossil fuel interests following a five-year campaign by some students and environment groups to pressure [...]

Lessons Of The Victorious Harvard Dining Hall Strike

By Ed Childs, -

By Ed Childs for Workers World - Well in advance of the Harvard University Dining Service strike, we knew we would need to build a solidarity coalition to take on the Harvard Corporation. We [...]

Students, Supporters Show Out In Force Monday For Dining Workers

By Brandon J. Dixon, Hannah Natanson, and Leah S. Yared, -

By Brandon J. Dixon, Hannah Natanson, and Leah S. Yared for The Harvard Crimson - Monday marked a showing of force in support for Harvard’s dining services workers as more than a hundred students [...]

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