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Starting next semester, students will not need to print out their course study cards or solicit written signatures from their advisers to complete course registration, as they will Friday, because the process will take place entirely online.
Mark C. Elliott gives the opening lecture for Societies of the World 45: "Beyond the Great Wall." As is often the case, shopping week was characterized by overcrowded classrooms.
This week’s blizzard did not deter undergraduates from braving the cold to attend classes during the spring semester’s shortened shopping week.
The Honor Council, the composition of which will be announced this spring, is scheduled to begin hearing academic integrity cases next fall at the same time as the College's first honor code is implemented.
Although all of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences' Tuesday courses and sections will be canceled Tuesday in anticipation of a "potentially historic" blizzard, Friday's study card deadline will not be extended.
According to FAS Registrar Michael P. Burke, the website will be updated as professors notify the office whether they will hold their courses on Wednesday.
The endorsements bring the number of departments and programs that have expressed support for the campaign to 15, all of which are in the humanities and social sciences.
For Michael C. George ’14-’15 and Anna A. Hagen ’15, this year’s Harvard recipients of Marshall Scholarships, the chance to attend post-graduate studies in the United Kingdom is both surprising and humbling.
Professor David J. Malan lectures on the role of the binary number system in computer science at the first CS50 lecture of the school year in Sanders Theater.
Former Lowell House resident Fritzi Reuter '14 has been named one of two winners of the 2015 Rhodes Scholarship for Germany.
The former Lowell House resident will study at Oxford next fall and plans to pursue an M.Phil in economics.
Ben D. Sprung-Keyser '15 is an economics concentrator in Kirkland House.