Competing interests pressure Harvard board as it weighs president’s fate

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The Harvard Corporation and Board of Overseers, the two entities that govern the Ivy League university, are facing increasing pressure from all sides as they decide whether to retain university President Claudine Gay.

Gay has been under fire since last Tuesday, when she testified before the House Education and the Workforce Committee during a hearing focused on rising antisemitism on college campuses. During that hearing, Gay, under questioning from Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), refused to say if calling for the genocide of Jews is a violation of the university’s harassment policy. The hearing came two months after the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attacks in Israel that claimed the lives of more than 1,200 people.

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