UC representatives urged fellow students to call and advocate against a provision in the Congressional tax bill that would cost the University millions.
A petition for a University-wide research center for race and ethnicity has garnered over 500 votes on an online forum for Harvard affiliates over the last week.
The three tickets vying to become the next leaders of the UC sparred over policies outlined in their respective platforms and discussed the College’s social group policy.
“Without some attempt to measure who responded, adjust who responded, it’s difficult to know what to make of it,” said Chase H. Harrison, the associate director of the Harvard Program on Survey Research.
“We’re here to become a space where people can talk about body image, love their bodiest,” Maldonado said. “I think that’s an important thing we are trying to emphasize this year.”
“This is just one phase, one piece of the larger discussion,” he said. “I think we’ll discuss issues around the policy moving forward.”