In total, 447 students voted in competitive elections, which took place from Feb. 9 to Feb. 12.
Carl Leahman and Leo Koch make a stop to warm up by the fire pits in Science Center Plaza. Locals bundled up to keep warm as temperatures dropped into the single digits in Cambridge Thursday night.
People eat hors d’oeuvres and view the work on display at the opening of “Altered State: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition.” The gallery, featuring paintings by Burmese artists, went up in CGIS South Concourse Thursday evening.
Harvard affiliates and Cambridge locals watch as microbiology and immunobiology professor Roberto Kolter introduces “Appreciating Wine and the Microbes that Make It”, an outreach event by Harvard’s Microbial Sciences Initiative. Attendees listened to a lecture about the chemical processes involved in winemaking and had the opportunity to taste wine samples at the end of the program.
A student places a glass onto the dish return in Adams's dining hall. After a broken pipe interfered with the dining hall’s disher washers, Adams residents were left using plastic cutlery for several days this week.
Construction on Lowell is set to begin June 2017 and continue through August 2019.
A fundraising challenge established by prominent Harvard donor Glenn H. Hutchins ’77 has earned more than $50 million for House renewal at the College.
With last school year’s increase of $30,000 in funding for domestic student group travel, some club leaders say that travel grant funding levels are still insufficient, while others praise the increased focus on safety.
On the heels of a semester filled with rigorous debate over divisive campus issues, two undergraduates recently released an app with the goal of creating a virtual and open space for discussion.
Lowell House renovations will last two years as what House masters described as the “largest and most complex renewal project thus far,” requiring residents to live in swing housing for the entirety of construction.
Both elections were called at 8 o’clock, as soon as all of the polls had officially closed. The only tension that remained at the IOP was who would come in second and third place in the Republican race and the final margins of victory in both the Democratic and Republican races.
After kicking off the semester with a week of educational workshops, a new batch of student counselors are now ready to advise their peers in approaching health, social, and personal concerns.
Students across eight Houses and Oak Yard have declared their candidacies for the 11 seats open in this year's midterm elections to the Undergraduate Council.