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Wrong Charlie Storey?

Mr. Charlie Storey M.

President

Harpoon Brewery

Direct Phone: (617) ***-**** ext. ***       

Harpoon Brewery

306 Northern Avenue

Boston, Massachusetts 02210

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1986, the Harpoon Brewery distributes its locally brewed products throughout the Northeast. The Harpoon Brewery's line of craft beer features four year-round beers, including its signature Harpoon I.P.A., and four special seasonal selections. I ... more

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Education



Harvard College

MBA

Harvard Business School

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In a statement to the Crimson ...

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In a statement to the Crimson on April 12, then-graduate president of the Porcellian club Charles M. Storey '82 also criticized the report for conflating "the issues of sexual assault, gender equity, and exclusivity."

Storey has since apologized for his comments and resigned from his role on the Porcellian's graduate board.
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?Porcellian Club graduate board President Charles M. Storey '82, who also serves as president of Harpoon Brewery, issued an apology on Harpoon's website Wednesday for a rare public statement he had sent to The Crimson criticizing the College administration's actions towards final clubs.


Nearly two weeks ago, Porcellian ...

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Nearly two weeks ago, Porcellian Club Graduate President Charles M. Storey '82 criticized the College's actions against final clubs and the College's handling of sexual assault, calling for Harvard affiliates to "come together and ask the College to protect freedom of association at Harvard."

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?Porcellian Club graduate board President Charles M. Storey '82, who also serves as president of Harpoon Brewery, issued an apology on Harpoon's website Wednesday for a rare public statement he had sent to The Crimson criticizing the College administration's actions towards final clubs.


Upon reading former Porcellian graduate ...

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Upon reading former Porcellian graduate board president Charles Storey's comments in The Crimson, I was tempted to bang out a bitingly snide response. Apparently, so were many others, sparking a social media firestorm that prompted a hasty, profit-minded apology and ultimately culminated in Storey's resignation. But while Storey has fallen on his sword, this personnel change does little to challenge the views to which he gave voice. These views-while unpopular in many circles-are nonetheless pervasive among members and alumni of Harvard's male final clubs. Storey did not pen his remarks in a vacuum; I hope this op-ed will foster the kind of rational discourse that changes not only figureheads, but also underlying points of view.

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I will not do Storey or the Porcellian's membership the injustice of implying they long to return to this bygone era.
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?Porcellian Club graduate board President Charles M. Storey '82, who also serves as president of Harpoon Brewery, issued an apology on Harpoon's website Wednesday for a rare public statement he had sent to The Crimson criticizing the College administration's actions towards final clubs.


Charles M. Storey, Class of ...

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Charles M. Storey, Class of 1982 and a member of the famed Porcellian Club -- which counted President Theodore Roosevelt among its members -- was responding to the university's apparent crackdown on all-male final clubs after a Harvard report last month linked them with "nonconsensual sexual contact," and administrators implied they might have to admit women or face punishment.

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"Given our policies, we are mystified as to why the current administration feels that forcing our club to accept female members would reduce the incidence of sexual assault on campus," Storey wrote in an email to the Harvard Crimson, which broke the story.
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Though Storey, the president of the Boston beer company Harpoon Brewery and the descendant of Harvard man and first NAACP president Moorfield Storey, apologized, it wasn't enough.
"I know the last 24 hours have been difficult for many of you as a result of what I said in my letter to the Harvard Crimson," he wrote in a statement posted last week to Harpoon's website titled "Charlie's Letter to Employee Owners. "I have listened to you and I have thought deeply about what I have done. By saying earlier that my words were misinterpreted, I did not take full responsibility for what I said. I am doing that now. Plain and simple what I said was wrong. No excuses."
Storey said he was "a man who takes issues of sexual assault extremely seriously" and "a leader of an amazing company where women have the same opportunities as men and where we have zero tolerance for any kind of discrimination."
"I am disappointed in myself," he wrote.
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"I think unfortunately Charlie Storey's comments were misinterpreted and became fodder for a lot of social media attack.


Porcellian Club President Charles Storey apologizes and resigns - Business Insider

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Porcellian President Charles M. Storey's resignation as graduate board president comes after he apologized for saying his club was being used as a "scapegoat" for Harvard's sexual assault problem.

"I am sad that I have disappointed so many people that I care about," Storey, '82, wrote in a statement posted on the website for Harpoon Brewery, where he is also the president. "As I think it is best for all involved, I have resigned my position as the graduate president of the Porcellian Club."
The news follows an earlier apology, which stirred up additional fury as Storey said his words were misinterpreted.
"By saying earlier that my words were misinterpreted, I did not take full responsibility for what I said," he wrote.
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Despite its longstanding history of silence, Porcellian spoke out against the report by way of letter sent to the Harvard Crimson by Storey.

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