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The annual event aims to “let [the University community] know [about] all the stakeholders that are promoting sustainable transportation across campus,” said Ben Hammer of CommuterChoice.
Jenny I. Makovkina ‘16 and teaching fellow Jake C. Ransohoff talk outside and get some fresh air on Wednesday afternoon.
Interns with the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations questioned whether South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley deserved recognition for advancing racial justice.
When asked about the new marinara sauce served in dining halls, several students reported no significant change in taste.
The Serenity Room in Grays basement added drop-in classes on meditation and mindfulness.
The College will host a series of student-run town halls for identity-based groups about how sexual assault affects different students.
While nearly all Harvard students have found themselves reeling under pressure at one time or another, the manifestations of mental distress vary in severity. For some students, this sense of helplessness leads to a discrepancy between how they present themselves and how they really feel, a divide often widest for those who arrive on campus with a history of mental health struggles.
Harvard faculty exit University Hall after the first Faculty meeting of the academic year.
Response, a group of Harvard students who counsel peers on topics related to relationships, including sexual harassment and assault, closed on Sunday, and it will reopen on Oct. 12.
Speaking to an audience of about a dozen students, Rahsaan Hall maintained that Harvard’s holistic admissions processes were in compliance with legal precedent.
Administrators are examining whether the College should also offer a pre-college bridge program to ease the transition to Harvard academics.
The changes come after students and tutors spoke out last year about Dunster’s lack of residential tutors who identify as bisexual, gay, lesbian, transgender, or queer, prompting top College administrators to look into their concerns.
The Mission Hill After School Program, Boston’s oldest student-run after school program, found itself scrambling this past summer after it abruptly lost the space it had previously occupied at the Maurice J. Tobin K-8 School.
The finalized budget, which passed unanimously, remained largely similar to the preliminary one except for increases to the Council’s grants fund and to the Student Initiatives Committee and Student Relations Committee budgets.
The event’s headliners included U.S. Senator Edward J. Markey and Harvard English professor James T. Engell ’73.