A visit from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who spoke about his reform agenda and the importance of stable U.S.-Japan relations at the Institute of Politics, was met with student protest on Monday morning.
With reports of death tolls surpassing 4,000, and billions of dollars of damage, Saroj Kandel '17 and fellow Nepalese student Pradeep Niroula ’18 created their own fundraising campaign. Together they messaged hundreds of students asking for support and had raised more than $1500 as of Monday afternoon.
Representatives from the Undergraduate Council detailed on Sunday a “student social life study,” which aims to quantitatively assess the social life of Harvard undergraduates.
Harvard Business School will reserve a set number of spots for Amherst College students applying to its online Credential of Readiness Program, as well as provide more financial aid opportunities for those applicants, starting in June.
The first African-American to receive the award, Fryer was recognized for his contributions to research on the economics of race and inequality.
Just months away from rolling out its first-ever honor code, the College hosted an event Monday where panelists addressed questions about the potential efficacy of the code as well as concerns about the impending affirmation of integrity mandate.
The Allston Construction Mitigation Subcommittee met Monday to discuss a timeline for further construction on Harvard’s Allston Science Complex and potential plans for implementing a community-wide resident parking program.
Matthew Weiner, the Emmy Award-winning creator, producer, and writer of “Mad Men,” spoke to a packed crowd about the literary process behind television writing as part of the College’s annual LITfest festival on Monday night.