Three years in, Harvard still unsure how to fully apply its single-sex sanctions

Some groups may be exempt; university in the process of figuring it out Three years after implementing sanctions that penalize students who join single-sex campus groups, Harvard is still struggling to determine the full scope of those penalties, and specifically to what student groups they apply. Those sanctions, developed in 2016 and first imposed on Harvard’s Class of 2021…


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