A particular area in which house-centered dialogue would prove fruitful is in a more open discussion of Harvard's often distressing history of exclusion.
Ryan O’Neal and Ali MacGraw, co-stars of the 1970 film “Love Story,” applaud during their discussion in Kirkland House. The event marked their first return to Harvard in over forty years.
Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw, co-stars of the 1970 film “Love Story,” get situated in the Kirkland Senior Common Room in preparation for an interview. The preceding discussion in Kirkland House marked their first return to Harvard in over forty years.
You’re well rested, well fed, possibly a little tanner if you went somewhere warm; you just got back from a vacation.
The introduction of a streamlined “Fast Track” party registration pilot program at the start of the semester means Cabot undergraduates can now register parties on shorter notice and with laxer requirements.
A projector in Quincy dining hall plays the 1986 film Labyrinth during the house’s community dinner Thursday evening. The movie was screened in a tribute to singer-songwriter David Bowie, who starred in the film and died of cancer earlier this month.
The five-story addition to Winthrop House, previously dubbed “Winthrop East,” will be named in honor of longtime Harvard donor Robert M. Beren ’47, who gave an undisclosed sum toward the College’s House renewal project.
Stephen Lassonde, who publicly stepped down from his role as Dean of Student Life effective Feb. 1, will remain on campus as a lecturer this spring, although early signs indicated otherwise.
Students returning to campus after winter break were greeted by new flavored-water machines in many of Harvard’s undergraduate dining halls.
After unanimously agreeing to change their collective titles last December, Harvard’s House masters have yet to agree on a replacement. However, that has not stopped speculation on potential replacement titles.
Dean of Student Life Stephen Lassonde’s imminent departure has left many undergraduates in Mather questioning his sudden exit and praising his involvement in the House, where he currently lives.
Dean of Student Life Stephen Lassonde will leave his position on Feb. 1 after less than three years in the post and will no longer be an employee of Harvard College.
Asbestos found in Harvard building materials recently forced at least one undergraduate to temporarily relocate out of his room in Winthrop House.
2015 was a tumultuous year for Harvard. Final clubs faced immense administrative pressure to go co-ed, faculty saw a proposal to overhaul the College’s General Education program, and perhaps most consequential of all, a University-wide survey revealed what administrators called a “troubling” climate of sexual assault on campus. Amidst a fast-paced capital campaign and Title IX scrutiny, Harvard’s top administrators were called to respond to perceived racial injustice on campus and a graduate student unionization movement. Divest Harvard protesters even blockaded University President Drew G. Faust's office for a week. At the close of a particularly turbulent year, the Crimson looks back on the ten stories that most shaped Harvard in 2015.