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Jill E. Abramson ’76, former executive editor of The New York Times, encouraged women to persevere through setbacks during a speech at the Intercollegiate Business Convention Saturday.
The Harvard Computer Society—the five-person group that manages more than 7,000 student mailing lists—is finalizing a transition from on-campus servers to the cloud.
For over 22 hours, students took shifts sitting beside a seven-by-nine-foot box, which represented a prison cell, as part of a vigil for prisoners held in solitary confinement.
Dario Guerrero-Meneses ’15 is set to return to Harvard after the federal government granted him a humanitarian visa on Tuesday afternoon to travel back to the United States from Mexico.
The U.S. Attorney asked Friday that the court defer prosecuting Kim for 18 months, while he takes part in a pretrial diversion program.
Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana said College administrators “can do better” to communicate with students and took full responsibility for their response to the threat.
Several students raised questions about what they perceived as a lackluster outreach effort from College administrators and Harvard police at a discussion Tuesday night.
The students at the meeting emphasized the need for a more visible, centralized place to explore post-graduation applications of the humanities outside of traditional paths like professional school or academia.
Law enforcement has confirmed that the death threat originated outside the country and is not a current threat to Harvard’s campus.
Eliot’s House committee plans to spend about $120 per every undergraduate resident this year, while Adams’ House committee intends to spend about $70, a Crimson analysis of recently disclosed House budgets found.
Following its annual anti-hazing poster campaign, the Office of Student Life plans to organize a student working group to further investigate the issue of hazing on campus.
The group discussed Asian American identity and the racially charged death threat emailed to some Harvard affiliates last weekend, among other topics.
A person who self-identified as Huy Dinh has repeatedly emailed College students as early as April from the same Google Mail address that sent a violent death threat to several hundred people Friday.