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Alexander I. Fung

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Harvard Law School
Commencement

Harvard Schools Host First In-Person Graduation Ceremonies in Three Years

Harvard's 12 schools hosted their first in-person graduation ceremonies in two years this week.

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Harvard Law School

Unstandardized Admissions

Stakeholders throughout higher education — and Harvard itself — are split on the role that standardized tests like the SAT and GRE should play in admissions.

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Student Groups

Group of Harvard Students to Develop Resources for African Refugees in Lowell

Beginning in June, a group of 10 Harvard undergraduates will work with the African Community Center of Lowell to support immigrants and refugees from African nations acclimate to life in Lowell, Mass.

Center for European Studies
Politics

Experts Discuss Effects of Russian Economic Sanctions

Experts gathered Tuesday to discuss the effects of economic sanctions on Russia in response to its invasion of Ukraine.

Davis Center Georgian Studies
Politics

Experts Explore the Future of China-Russia Relations in Virtual Talk

The Harvard Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation held a virtual discussion Thursday on China’s response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

New Harvard Law School Professors
Politics

Legal and Bioethics Experts Discuss Future of Abortion at Law School Panel

Legal and bioethics experts convened to discuss the future of abortion amid efforts to overturn Roe v. Wade at a virtual panel held by the Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School on Wednesday.

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Research

Amber Fossil Shows Crabs Lived on Land Earlier than Previously Thought

Non-marine crabs began to live on land at least 100 million years ago, according to recently published research by evolutionary biologists, including Javier Luque, a researcher at the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology.

David Rockefeller Center
Latin America

Scholars on Latin America Talk Judicial Independence, Democratic Erosion at Virtual Seminar

A group of scholars of Latin American politics and law discussed the threats to judicial independence posed by populist leaders in a Tuesday event.

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School of Public Health

School of Public Health Panel Discusses Air Pollution, Climate Change

Public health professionals joined leaders from academia, government, and the private sector to discuss the biggest threats to climate and global health at a Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health forum on Wednesday.

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