Harvard freshmen will now be able to stay overnight for The Game under new “sister” relationships between Harvard and Yale.
The 30 freshmen living in Apley Court do not have to worry about the honking and clanging emanating from the Smith Campus Center construction site anymore.
For some first-year students, the transition to House life is difficult. The Houses are larger than most freshman dorms, and further from the Yard. Most importantly, they can be intimidating.
Students embrace at the First Year Mixer at the Harvard College Women’s Center Wednesday evening. At this mixer, freshmen learned about the different resources that the Women’s Center offers.
Planning for the College’s newest pre-orientation program targeted at students from first generation, low-income, and under resourced high schools marches forward as the program irons out logistics and solicits student input.
The College is currently reviewing proposals to add a gender-neutral housing option for freshman, according to Director of BGLTQ Student Life Sheehan D. Scarborough ’07.
Amanda R. Powers '21 and Eliel T. E. Ig-Izevbekhai '21, residents of Grays Middle entryway, hold up the banner for their dorm during the procession to Tercentenary Theater for Convocation on Tuesday.