It's not accurate that the Center for Women's and Gender Studies declined to participate "because of a disagreement over how the speakers and topics would be selected."
It is essential that all involved hone the message that research, together with our community's activities to communicate the best research through peer-reviewed publications, pays off on any measure of return on initial investment.
There is no persuasive reason to limit programs aimed at finding "diamonds in the rough" to those who are black, brown, or red but to exclude those who are white or yellow.
In a long-running lawsuit, three academic publishers have asked for an injunction that would require Georgia State University to closely regulate all faculty uploads to course websites.
To sacrifice a basic right for a questionable set of wimpy assumptions about the relations between men and women at Harvard is beyond grotesque.
A vast majority of students opted for a form of diplomatic persuasion, rather than attempting a coercive approach, such as taking over administrative offices.