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Students Sue the Harvard Corporation to Compel Divestment from Fossil Fuels After two years of urging Harvard to publicly discuss divestment from fossil fuels, a group of Harvard students has sued the Harvard Corporation, “alleging that the threat of global warming is so serious and so immediate

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  Department of Education Okays Princeton’s Revised Sexual Assault Policy The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has entered into an agreement with Princeton University regarding its Title XI violations. After mishandling complaints of sexual assault and hostile work environment, Princeton implemented new policies

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After an eventful midterm election, there are numerous new developments related to civil rights.  Here is a selection of the most significant:   Ferguson Authorities Enact No-Fly Zone to Keep Out Media - New York Times We begin with a development that occurred before yesterday's election.  According to a series

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