January 4, 2024

Behind the Campaign to Push Harvard’s President Out

by The Journal

Harvard University President Claudine Gay resigned Tuesday, after being dogged for weeks by allegations of plagiarism and accusations that she didn't respond with enough urgency to concerns about antisemitism on campus. WSJ's Melissa Korn unpacks Gay's brief, tumultuous tenure.

Further Reading:

- Behind the Campaign to Take Down Harvard’s Claudine Gay 

- Claudine Gay Is Out as President. Where Does Harvard Go From Here? 

- Harvard President Resigns After Plagiarism Allegations, Campus Antisemitism Backlash 

Further Listening:

- The Supreme Court Rules Against Affirmative Action 

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