Not a chance in the world that reality is returning to Harvard - with or without Faust.
They are treating donors poorly. Not a good thing. Those who have left their entire estate to the school are treated as racists, their names and their coat of arms deleted. Of course, their donations are not returned. So they get a pass.
Many potential donors, those who were about to donate a building perhaps, they saw what Harvard is doing to previous donors. They’re out of there.
And now, Harvard has decided to go after the final clubs and the same sex fraternal organizations. They will refuse to write recommendations for anyone who belongs to an organization that won’t enroll anyone of any gender. All the while, they have a board of overseers and visiting committees with members who probably belong to same sex organizations. Plus they have black groups and Muslim groups that are not diverse. Harvard is afraid of irritating those groups.
Many potential donors, those who were about to donate a building perhaps, they saw what Harvard is doing to previous donors. Theyre out of there.
There's a building in Harvard Yard — Matthews Hall, a dorm — that is decorated with dozens of crucifixes, inlaid into the 146-year-old bricks.
Every time I'm there, I wonder how long those religious symbols will be allowed to remain.