Harvard under investigation by DOE over antisemitism on campus

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“During the investigation,” she explained, “OCR is a neutral factfinder, collecting and analyzing relevant evidence from you, the University, and other sources, as appropriate,” emphasizing that, “opening the complaint for investigation in no way implies that OCR has made a determination on the merits of the complaint.”

The complaint may be resolved at any point during the investigation, or through mediation with Harvard officials themselves.

“Please be advised,” Harris added, “that the University must not harass, coerce, intimidate, discriminate, or otherwise retaliate against an individual because that individual asserts a right or privilege under a law enforced by OCR or files a complaint, testifies, assists, or participates in a proceeding under a law enforced by OCR.”

In a statement to Boston 25 News, university officials said they “support the work of the Office of Civil Rights to ensure students’ rights to access educational programs are safeguarded and will work with the office to address their questions.”

The launch of the investigation comes just one week before Harvard President Claudine Gay is slated to testify to Congress alongside her counterparts at MIT and the University of Pennsylvania about antisemitism on campuses across the country.

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