Results of a recent Crimson survey indicate that most students are generally satisfied with House resources, although they may not be involved with their residences day-to-day.
While College students account for only 96 seats in classes at MIT, more students could be inclined to go the mile down Massachusetts Avenue for classes in the future.
Leaders of FOP’s steering committee both past and present are candid about the struggles they face in addressing the dearth of diversity within the program, citing a score of both institutional and social barriers as obstacles of closing that gap.
Gabby D. Aguirre '17 prepares for her shift at the Barker Center's Arts Cafe on Wednesday afternoon.
Sarah Lagan ‘19 and Noemi Valdez ‘19 look over a work hour log-in sheet in a Cabot House storage room. The two did Dorm Crew Fall Clean-Up together and continued to work as a team after finding that they were good partners.
Harvard’s resources work to ensure that there are no academic barriers for deaf students. Still, some students say that Harvard needs to offer American Sign Language as a for-credit class.
Joshua Blecher-Cohen '16, a Classics and Philosophy joint concentrator, studies in the Adams House Library.
Professor James Simpson, Chair of the English Department, sits in front of a full wall of books in his office in the Barker Center.
Douglas Maggs '17, who concentrates in Classics and History, listens to a translation in his Latin class on Wednesday morning.
The College lifestyle is not designed for young children, but at Harvard, proctor and tutor children are exposed to a wide diversity of people and experiences, and in turn, influence the daily lives of residential undergraduates.
Athletic department officials say the iconic show has delivered lasting benefits to the department. Most significantly, these include a boost to recruiting efforts.
The daughter of proctors Alex and Celeste Douglas reads an Elmo book with her parents in Lionel A.
CrimsonEMS members with Boston MedFlight helicopter at the 2015 National Collegiate EMS Foundation Regional Meet-Up.
Organizations across the campus and area, from Food For Free to Harvard University Dining Services, have been working to reduce the prevalence of food waste, yet it still remains a pressing issue, they say.