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Jorge Domínguez 

The announcement comes one week after The Chronicle of Higher Education reported that 10 women accused Domínguez of sexual harassment. 

3.6.18 | News

Stemberg coach Tommy Amaker captured his sixth conference title in 11 years at Harvard.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

Men’s basketball wins a share of the Ivy League trophy.

3.4.18 | Sports

Detail of the entryway of the A.D. Club, a male final club

Photograph by Daderot/Wikipedia

Harvard College spells out how its new policy will be enforced.

3.1.18 | News

John Lewis

Photograph courtesy of Congressman John Lewis

A civil-rights leader returns to campus.


2.28.18 | Commencement

Julio Perez

Photograph by Marina Bolotnikova/Harvard Magazine

Dozens of Harvard workers will be affected by the Trump administration’s policy changes.

2.27.18 | News

Nell Scovell

Photograph by Robert Trachtenberg

TV writer Nell Scovell looks back on Just the Funny Parts.

2.26.18 | Television

Christian Juzang ’20 played 44 minutes in Friday night’s overtime win at Princeton and has played 275 of 285 possible minutes over the last seven games.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

Men’s basketball splits games at Penn and Princeton.

2.26.18 | Sports

The nine-foot-high depiction of Richard T. Greener, A.B. 1870, by sculptor Jon Hair, is the first statue of an individual on the University of South Carolina’s central campus. Its unveiling on February 21 coincided with the inauguration of a symposium in Greener’s honor.

Photograph courtesy of the Office of Communications & Public Affairs, University of South Carolina

The University of South Carolina recognizes its first African-American professor—Richard T. Greener, A.B. 1870.

2.22.18 | Alumni

Photograph by LuckyBusiness/iStock

New research proves that couples should spend money to increase quality time spent together.

2.14.18 | Research

Director David Wain (right) with Will Forte, who plays a young Doug Kenney ’68

Video still © Netflix

A new biopic, scripted by John Aboud ’95 and Michael Colton ’97, follows how Doug Kenney ’68 franchised fun, died young, and became a comedy legend.

2.13.18 | Film