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University President Drew G. Faust convened the task force last April amid debate over Harvard’s policies and approach to handling cases of alleged sexual assault.
Undergraduate Council leaders named Oak Yard representative Eduardo A. Gonzalez ’18 the Council's new communications director.
UHS Director Paul J. Barreira said that a University Health Services study on the impact of exercise encouragement on mental health found no difference between control and treatment groups in a talk on Wednesday.
British pop artist Jessie J will headline this year’s Yardfest, the College’s outdoor music concert scheduled for April 24, the Friday of Visitas weekend.
Wednesday’s second annual Harvard Thinks Healthy event featured a wide range of topics, including the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa and undergraduate mental health at Harvard.
A University Health Services study on the impact of exercise encouragement on mental health found no difference between control and treatment groups, according to director Paul J. Barreira.
As the College readies for a fall rollout of its first honor code, undergraduates on the student-faculty body that will hear cases of academic integrity have begun their training.
Due to severe weather conditions that University President Drew G. Faust described as “the snowiest winter on record,” athletic teams have been forced to remain inside longer than usual for practice and conditioning this season.
While enhanced recruiting efforts and financial aid initiatives in recent years have created the most diverse student body in the school’s history, Harvard’s geographic numbers are still unrepresentative of the United States as a whole.
Students voice concerns about public service funding, accessibility, and inclusive social spaces on campus at an open forum with University President Drew G. Faust and Dean of the College Khurana.
The ICSJ, a collaborative science publication featuring material from multiple colleges including Harvard, released its first issue in March.
Students said they believed that the pilot program which kept the Dunster and Currier dining halls open during spring break should be continued, though they complained of overcrowding.
Through "The Harvard Project," the Council will award $3,000 to one initiative proposed by an undergraduate student or group of students. Proposed initiatives should serve the College student body under a broader aspect of student life.
After other dining halls close following dinner service on Friday, Currier and Dunster will remain open through spring break for lunch and dinner, but not breakfast.