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Administrators are examining whether the College should also offer a pre-college bridge program to ease the transition to Harvard academics.
The EQC, which debuted without much traffic last semester, was designed to serve as a central hub for tutoring in select foundational economics courses.
Isaac M. Grafstein ’19 and Jose Miguel Undurraga ’19 pose on the couch in their common room in Holworthy. Grafstein and Undurraga dressed up for the photo to make sure they lived up to the reputation of their room.
The boys of Holworthy 12 keep vintage Time magazines on their table, along with a cup of mints and a small plant.
Holworthy 12 keeps their room ready for entertainment with plenty of Harvard regalia and a variety of wine glasses.
Veronica Ma ’19 and Katherine V. Harrison ’19 are proud of their double on the top floor of the Wigglesworth F entryway. They planned their room to have matching decorations and keep their sweaters in a “shared sweater bin.”
Wigg F-31 is ready for entertaining within a few moments notice: Ma and Harrison just have to tidy the well-coordinated room that boasts a robust snack bar as well as their desks.
Move-in’s done. Freshmen are finally settled. And we all have one question: Who made the best of the worst housing on campus? In search of the answer, we scoured the Yard and spoke to the people who live there. Here’s what we found.
The Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion is currently not staffed, but it will provide additional resources for first-generation, foster-home, and undocumented students.
Posters, which ranged from the humorous to the sentimental, are just one way candidates have taken to the campaign trail.
As usual, the number of freshmen candidates outpaced that of upperclassmen candidates.
Cambridge City Councilor E. Denise Simmons speaks about the importance of public service to members of the freshmen class on Saturday morning in the Science Center plaza.
Students engage in an intense game of spike ball during Camp Harvard Monday evening in Tercentenary Theatre.
The Class of 2019 engaged in 17 different service projects around the greater Boston area.
A new policy permits students to enroll in introductory course Humanities 10 and earn Expository Writing credit.