Haben Girma Becomes Harvard Law School’s First Deaf-Blind Graduate Haben Girma has become Harvard Law’s first deaf-blind graduate and an example of determination for the rest of the world. According to HNGN News the 27-year-old wants to help more disabled
I often informally ask my students, at Harvard Law School, what their most important ideals are and how they hope to fulfill them in their lives and careers. In the past several years, I’ve been touched to hear a significant plurality...Show More Summary
This should be interesting: 19 Harvard Law School professors have denounced “The Hunting Ground,” an advocacy show on college sexual assault which CNN plans to air on Sunday, for bias and inaccuracy. “This purported documentary provides...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) John has already updated his previous post with Heather McDonald’s case that the latest “hate crime” at Harvard Law School is likely a hoax, but even if it is genuine, most such incidents on campus are hoaxes, and they...Show More Summary
FAUX “HATE” AT HARVARD LAW: Heather Mac Donald wisely suggests, “Don’t Bet on the Harvard Law School Hate Crime.”
Yesterday was overwhelming. Someone put black tape over the portraits of Black professors at Harvard Law school. It wasn't totally unexpected: when a culture tolerates or breeds intolerance, such things are bound to occur. The incident...Show More Summary
There are few student species more nakedly ambitious, focused, and future-oriented than the average Harvard law student. Having likely spent his undergraduate years planning admissions maximization strategies, he now has the Holy Grail almost within his grasp. Show More Summary
The NYT reports in an article about the aftermath of finding black tape on the glass of framed photographs of black law professors at the law school. It's not known who put the tape on the photographs or why, but the incident brought...Show More Summary
The photos of Harvard Law's black professors were apparently targeted by an unidentified vandal, and now the incident is being investigated as a hate crime, according to Dean Martha Minow WCVB reports.
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Harvard Law School students awoke to racist vandalism on Thursday. Along a hallway that displays photographs of tenured law professors, black professors had slash marks drawn over their faces. "People were very emotional. People were very hurt," Shay Johnson, a third-year law student at Harvard, told Business Insider. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) These are tough days for my alma maters. Dartmouth has been roiled by the administration’s feeble response to a Black Lives Matter protest that disrupted the library and involved, among other things, the screaming of racial epithets at white students. Show More Summary
After portraits of black Harvard Law School faculty were defaced this week, Harvard Law student Michele Hall joined HuffPost Live to speak out on the possible "hate crime." -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Campus police are investigating what they say might be a hate crime at Harvard Law School: Someone put strips of black tape across several portraits of black professors outside a lecture hall on Thursday, reports WCVB. The scene appeared a day after students rallied in solidarity with those fighting racial...
The Harvard University police are investigating as a hate crime the placement of black tape over the portraits of some African American faculty at Harvard Law School. The Massachusetts attorney general will propose regulations for the fantasy sports industry. And a case concerning law school debt reaches the U.S. Supreme Court. This is a daily... Read the whole entry... »
African-American faculty portraits at Harvard Law School were defaced with black tape in what campus police are calling a hate crime.
WHY ARE ELITE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS SUCH HOTBEDS OF VICIOUS RACISM? Harvard Law School Dean Martha Minow responds to the defacement of African American faculty portraits. As these events pile up, my call to abolish the Ivy League just grows more urgent.
This morning at Harvard Law School we woke up to a hate crime. The hallways of Harvard Law School are lined with portraits of every tenured professor in the history of the university. As a first-year law student, the first time thatShow More Summary
Portraits of Harvard Law School's black professors, which line the school's Wasserstein Hall, had pieces of black electrical tape "slashed" over them. Campus police are currently investigating the vandalism. The incident, first reported by the Harvard Crimson, came just a day after there were anti-racism protests in campuses across the country. Students at the... More »
An act of vandalism comes on a campus frequently divided over matters of race.