Harvard rescinds Chelsea Manning's fellowship

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Harvard rescinds Chelsea Manning's fellowship
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To some, she's a hero. To others, she's a traitor. To Harvard University, Chelsea Manning is a scholar -- or was, briefly. The institution announced this week that Manning, who served seven years in military prison for sharing classified documents with Wikileaks before seeing her sentence commuted by President Obama, was to be one of four new visiting fellows at its Institute of Politics. Manning is now a network security expert and would have been Harvard's first transgender fellow.

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