Los Angeles Times September 22, 2005 Harvard Lifts Ban On Military Recruiters By Times Wire Reports Harvard has reversed its policy of barring the Pentagon from using its law school's career services office for recruiting. Harvard contends that the Pentagon's "don't ask, don't tell" policy on gays violates the university's guidelines on nondiscrimination. The policy was reversed after the Pentagon warned it would enforce a law requiring campuses to offer recruiting access or risk losing federal grants. And that my friends, is the bottom line. You can take the stance that you don't want recruiters on your campus. The government does not have to give you money. That's how it works. I like it that way too.