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Facing unprecedented subpoena, Harvard submits more documents to Congress in antisemitism probe

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Harvard University submitted a trove of documents to Congress in response to a subpoena from the House Education and Workforce Committee. The subpoena, issued to investigate campus antisemitism, had a deadline for a response by Monday at 5 pm ET. It remains unclear if the documents provided by Harvard will be considered sufficient. The university has previously stated its cooperation with the investigation and has submitted nearly 4,900 pages of information in multiple rounds since January. The response includes both public and internal communications. The subpoena was issued to three Harvard officials, and the requested documents cover various areas related to addressing antisemitism on campus.