Harvard Students along with law professor Alan Dershowitz staged a protest yesterday urging the University to do more to overturn military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. Dershowitz: “Harvard’s complicity in bigotry is one of the most important human rights issues of our generation. We simply cannot accept a standard which tells us we must compromise our morality in the interests of money. Every day of discrimination is a day of disgrace to Harvard University. We are the wealthiest university in the world. We can afford to fight bigotry in ways other universities cannot. And if we don’t take the lead, no one else will.” (thanks brad)
Fashion in demand: “Hundreds of students…clamoring” for “Gay? Fine by Me” T-shirts at Pennsylvania school.
MTV’s The Real World may leave Key West due to neighbor lawsuit.