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British and non-British students congregate to watch the referendum results on Scottish independence in the Leverett Senior Common Room. Millions of Scottish citizens went to the polls on Thursday, September 18, 2018 to determine the future of Scotland and Great Britain.
The referendum on Scottish independence could upend a 300-year joint history that was established in 1707 under the Act of Union.
Harvard undergraduates and faculty members were as divided as the Scottish electorate going into Thursday’s referendum on Scotland’s independence.
The newly renovated McKinlock Hall, including a new light court, opened for students a few days ago after undergoing a year of renovations.
The renovation of Leverett's McKinlock Hall included the first dining hall renovation of the House Renewal process.
The renovated McKinlock Hall houses many new facilities, including a student arts room.
The building is the largest completed renovation to date in the College’s more than $1 billion House Renewal project.
The newly renovated McKinlock Hall opened for students after undergoing a year of renovations. The basement includes a variety of new facilities, including a student lounge.
Leverett House reopened today for its residents after undergoing massive renovations this past year. It wasn’t so long ago, though, that Leverett House underwent changes of a different variety. Back in the fall of 2002, Lev was the first Harvard house to offer its residents wireless internet. (Hey, ‘90s kids, remember when you needed cords and plugs to “surf the net”? Remember when people still called it “surfing the net”?)
Leverett House Resident Dean Lauren E. Brandt ’01 will serve as the interim assistant dean in the Secretary of the Administrative Board’s office.
The Victorian house will be converted into temporary lodgings for the house masters whose residences are scheduled to undergo renovation during the House Renewal process.
Leverett House next year will feature the freshly renovated McKinlock Hall.