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Freshmen gather on the steps of Widener Library to watch the screening of "Legally Blonde," hosted by the College Events Board on Thursday, Aug. 29.
Addressing the Class of 2018 at the annual Convocation ceremony, Khurana called for students to make years at Harvard "transformative."
The building is the largest completed renovation to date in the College’s more than $1 billion House Renewal project.
According to the complaint, Joseph N. Fonge and Barbara E. Fonge reported false income figures to the University between 2010 and 2013 in an attempt to defraud the College of financial aid funding.
Starting this fall, shuttle service will include a 5:15 a.m. trip and increased service during move-in week and senior week.
Though students saw the ensuing campus uproar as an isolated event, decades later the 1960s would come to be known as a period of sexual revolution that launched not just Harvard, but the nation, into new moral standards.
As the Houses undergo a decades-long renewal project aimed, in part, at equalizing their facilities, not all housing experiences will be the same.
Harvard’s teaching fellows want a universal section cap, but administrators say the goal is neither needed nor practicable.
As Harvard College tears down financial barriers to entry, its low-income students say they still wonder if they have a place inside the Ivory Tower.
When the classroom leaves them unfulfilled, undergraduates increasingly turn to Harvard’s burgeoning extracurricular scene for another kind of education.
Catherine A. Gellert, president of the Harvard Alumni Association, welcomes a crowd gathered into the Yard to the organization's annual meeting.
Although the demonstration will focus on signaling support for Our Harvard Can Do Better, it will also back the work of a number of other student activist groups on campus.
Faust surprised some in attendance by weaving the show’s dark storyline into an address that is usually celebratory and sentimental.
Roughly 82 percent of the 2,023 students admitted to the Class of 2018 have decided to matriculate—a figure that represents the College’s highest yield in 45 years.