Calls for Harvard’s divestment of stock from companies linked to South African apartheid resounded in the 1980s.
Bok speaks with former Senator Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy in a crowded stadium.
Secretary McNamara faces the multitudes protesting his visit.
Students from on-campus groups such as Harvard Hillel, the Harvard College Democrats, and the Catholic Students Association, to name a few, expressed their discontent by planning to hold a rally in front of Emerson Hall during Leonard Jeffries' speech.
The successor of notoriously charismatic President Derek C. Bok, Rudenstine was considered a little too mild.
Students protest after Leonard Jeffries gives a controversial speech.
Students discuss race relations in the Winthrop Junior Common Room.
Rudenstine entered his presidency with two primary goals: to bring the University closer together, and to run a successful capital campaign.
This cartoon appeared in the October 6, 1990 issue of The Crimson with the title: “University Falls Prey to Economic Malaise.”
Derrick Bell speaks at a student organized, Harvard Law School rally for faculty diversity.
Neil L. Rudenstine served as University President from 1991 to 2001.
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