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Photograph of John C. Calhoun statue in Charleston in midair being lifted up by a crane

A statue of John C. Calhoun is removed on June 24 in Charleston, South Carolina. 

Photograph by Sean Rayford/Getty Images

The rise and fall of Charleston’s John C. Calhoun statue, a monument to white supremacy 

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Some students have deferred their enrollment to next year. 

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Screenshot of Zoom conversation with Laurence Ralph, Monica Bell, and Brandon Terry

Clockwise from top left: Laurence Ralph, Monica Bell, and Brandon Terry

A Radcliffe Institute panel examines the protest movement against police violence and structural racism.

7.1.20 | Social Sciences
Photograph of a flood Texas residential street

Winnie, Texas is not considered to be in a floodplain. But coastal hurricanes have flooded the town repeatedly since 2008.

Photograph by Smiley N. Pool-Pool/Getty Images

To protect against rising seas, local lenders are selling off risky mortgages.

7.1.20 | Research
At Home with Harvard: The Immigrant Experience

A selection of Harvard Magazine's writing on immigration, displacement, and the global refugee crisis

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Facing legal challenges, the University does away with its controversial regulations on final clubs, fraternities, and sororities.

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Photograph of John C. Calhoun statue in Charleston in midair being lifted up by a crane

A statue of John C. Calhoun is removed on June 24 in Charleston, South Carolina. 

Photograph by Sean Rayford/Getty Images

The rise and fall of Charleston’s John C. Calhoun statue, a monument to white supremacy 

6.29.20 | Opinion
Entrance to the Harvard Office of Admissions and Financial Aid

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