As fury with Harvard grows, aggrieved students and alums look for new ways to change university’s course
January 31, 20246 min read1195 words
Published: January 31, 2024  |  6 min read1195 words
Meanwhile, Kenneth Griffin, a megadonor who gave Harvard so much money that it named its largest graduate school after him last year, said at a conference Tuesday that elite universities now produce “whiny snowflakes” instead of “leaders and problem solvers” because of their exce...
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This felt a lot longer than it actually was. Both sides were represented, with supporters of genocide and opponents of genocide each getting space in the article. There's also background on the oligarchs who are trying to interfere with the university's operations in order to push McCarthyite witch hunts, targeting opponents of genocide. All in all, a pretty balanced article.
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