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Why Campus Inclusion Matters

Aug 24, 2016 | 16 videos
Video by The Atlantic

Harvard College began in 1636 to educate clergy who were white, male Puritans. Today, Harvard’s class of 2020 is majority minority. "The educational element of experiencing diverse individuals, people who are different from you, people who challenge you, people who expose you to new perspectives on the world—that's what Harvard is all about," says the school's president, Drew Faust. In this video, she discusses Harvard’s latest efforts to include women and minorities in campus life.

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Authors: Leah Varjacques, Nicolas Pollock

About This Series

Insights and perspectives from the 2016 Aspen Ideas Festival