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Andy Kim '17, pictured above in fall 2014 at a board meeting, is the co-president of the Harvard College eSports Association.
When asked to identify Harvard athletes, you might think of the football team taking the field at Harvard Stadium for The Game, the men’s basketball squad suiting up at Lavietes Pavilion, or the heavyweight crew team racing down the Charles River. A crowd of 50 people gathering in Pierce Hall 301 to play competitive video games might not be the first group that comes to mind.
With a new concentration in Theater, Dance, and Media, Harvard bridges the gap between academics and extracurricular activities.
The College says no to recognizing final clubs and fraternities, but some social organizations with similar practices are on the books.
According to a post on the site, the new blog is a response to the posting of alleged members of male final clubs earlier last week.
The Tumblr blog, entitled “Hey There Harvard, I’m In A Final Club,” went live earlier this week and has since drawn dozens of anonymous comments and questions, many expressing criticisms against the decision to post the clubs’ alleged membership lists.
Representatives from the Undergraduate Council detailed on Sunday a “student social life study,” which aims to quantitatively assess the social life of Harvard undergraduates.
Questions about Ventfull came as a UC task force charged with compiling a report on new Council initiatives decided to recommend continued support of the application.
Harvard rose to the top of the 48 teams in the American Mock Trial Association's national championship to claim its first national title.
The Undergraduate Council’s Student Initiatives Committee named three finalists from the original 15 proposals submitted to its ‘Harvard Project’ grant initiative at its general meeting Sunday.
Alex Banayan, a 22-year-old who was called the world’s youngest venture capitalist by Business Insider when he was 19, shared his stories and entrepreneurial strategies in a question-and-answer sponsored by Harvard Ventures.
Graduate boards are groups made up of Harvard College alumni who voluntarily take on oversight roles for specific clubs located on the undergraduate campus. Grad boards often work closely with undergraduate organizations’ leadership, though the extent of their influence varies from group to group
A group of fraternities at the College are finalizing a set of bylaws to form a interfraternity council that would coordinate event scheduling and further centralize their operations.