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Students involved in the Institute of Politics and political groups such as the Harvard College Democrats and the Harvard Republican Club said that they plan to connect their members to the election through internships and other programming.
College Democrats and Republicans said they believed their last-minute campaigning could have an important impact on election night outcomes.
With the holidays just around the corner, winter cheer has begun to parade across campus, and yet anxiety as to what to get your Secret Santa abounds. This year, to help you brainstorm what to get your gift exchanging boo, FM imagines what members of certain student groups on campus give each other.
In the last decade, Harvard students have turned out for elections of national importance but have neglected those at the city level. In Tuesday's Cambridge City Council election, 'Get Out the Vote' efforts push for student voice.
After spending 10 minutes at a welcome party for newly elected Undergraduate Council representatives two years ago, Jen Q. Y. Zhu ’14 quickly realized that she was the only female freshman in the room.
President Barack Obama swept to victory on Tuesday night, sparking celebrations across campus among Harvard students thrilled to see the president reelected.
To be at the center of a movement, to work in constant collaboration with a community of people who believe in one goal, with one election in mind—it is this larger purpose of the campaign that drives these students.
Politics might as well be a sport, given the way undergraduates applauded and hollered during the Thursday night vice presidential debate at a viewing hosted by the Institute of Politics.
The Harvard College Republicans traveled to suburban Massachusetts to canvass for U.S. Senator Scott Brown and Congressional candidate Richard R. Tisei.
On this quiet mid-October afternoon, about a dozen Harvard and Boston University Republicans are canvassing for U.S. Senator Scott Brown and 6th District Congressional candidate Richard R. Tisei—both moderate Republicans.
In a collaboration between different conservative student organizations across Harvard University, students and faculty mingled at the Inaugural Fall Conservative Reception.
When former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney officially accepts the Republican nomination for the presidency tonight in Tampa, thousands of delegates ...