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Supporters of the Carry That Weight Movement carry pillows and mattresses to advocate for victims of sexual and domestic violence on Wednesday.
In a meeting with unrecognized student social clubs, Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana asked about Harvard’s social scene and inclusivity, opening a more than hour-long discussion and prompting some pushback from club leaders, attendees said.
Administrators will begin accepting nominations next week to fill undergraduate positions on the student-faculty Honor Council that will adjudicate academic integrity cases starting next fall.
Two administrative fellows and one graduate assistant are spending the academic year in the Office of Student Life to implement College diversity initiatives.
Currier House Dean Laura K. Johnson will leave her position at the end of the semester, Currier House Masters Richard Wrangham and Elizabeth Ross wrote to the House community Monday evening.
This week, FM puts a spotlight on Rakesh Khurana, Dean of Harvard College.
Dean Khurana reads through a stack of papers in his new office in University Hall during his "downtime".
Dean Khurana sits down at lunchtime to chat with freshmen in Annenberg. Khurana says he spends three-fourths of his time talking to students.
Dean Khurana takes his iconic black Business School backpack with him virtually everywhere.
At the meeting, which was held by a committee charged with reviewing the General Education program, students and administrators discussed the purpose of Gen Ed.
Rakesh Khurana, a scholar of leadership and organizations, crossed the Charles River to the College to rearticulate its purpose and retool the workings of its administration.
Alignment with the College's mission and use of safe travel options are among the criteria that will be used to distribute domestic student travel funding.
The email from Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana came hours after Boston medical workers initiated a quarantine for individuals suspected of exhibiting Ebola-like symptoms.
In two social media campaigns—one organized by Asian and Asian-American students and another spearheaded by black student groups—students posted Facebook photos to show solidarity with those affected by the Oct. 3 emailed death threat.
Several student attendees said all professors and teaching fellows, not just students, should have been notified of the threats through an official email from administrators.