Ivy League

Pro-Palestinian Faculty Sue To Stop Penn From Giving Wide Swath of Files to Congress

Some faculty fear the school is poised to send files, emails, student records and other material to Congress, putting both their safety and academic freedom at risk.

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Harvard University holds its 372nd Commencement Exercises in Cambridge

Harvard Board Keeps President as Leader of School Following Antisemitism Backlash

A petition signed by more than 600 faculty members had asked the school’s governing body to keep president Claudine Gay in charge.

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Freelance Writer Files $1 Million Defamation Suit Against The Atlantic

Ruth Shalit Barrett, a freelance writer who wrote a piece for The Atlantic about how some wealthy parents are pushing their children into niche sports in an attempt to get them into Ivy League schools is suing for defamation. The lawsuit, filed on January 7th in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, claims that The Atlantic and editor Donald Peck, “unlawfully smeared” her and damaged her reputation and career. 

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