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Lessons from the removal of Harvard’s president

4 January 2024

2:26 AM

4 January 2024

2:26 AM

“This is not a decision I came to easily,” wrote disgraced former Harvard University President Claudine Gay of her resignation just after New Years.

That might be the only honest thing Gay has said about the debilitating scandal in which she has devastated her once-prestigious institution over the past three months.

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