As freshmen enter the second week of Advising Fortnight, Flyby presents a complete set of data from the Class of 2012's concentration satisfaction ratings. For all freshmen looking to narrow down the list of potential concentrations, sophomores or juniors curious about their chosen concentrations, and seniors reflecting on their undergraduate careers, here are the stats from last year's graduating seniors on how satisfied they were with their respective concentrations. Check out our four interactive graphs showing overall satisfaction rates among Humanities, Natural Sciences, SEAS, and Social Sciences concentrators in the Class of 2012.
The folklore and mythology concentration saw two of its seven junior concentrators make PBK's "Junior 24," while large concentrations like government and economics saw just one concentrator apiece make the list.
Facebook co-founder Christopher R. Hughes ’06 announced Friday that he had purchased a majority stake in The New Republic, a magazine owned and edited for 35 years by former Harvard lecturer Martin “Marty” H. Peretz.
Gordon Bloom, left, moderates a talk held at the Institute of Politics Friday afternoon. On his right, the founder and C.E.O. of Ashoka, Bill Drayton ‘65, discusses how he believes that students hold the key to solving world problems.
Trevor J. Bakker ’10 and Kevin X. Liu ’11 joined 37 other scholars from universities in the United States in the US-UK exchange program of 168 individuals.
Faculty searches in a number of Social Sciences departments are increasing, allowing the departments to hire junior faculty and fill positions vacated by retiring faculty members.
Juniors will find out next week whether they will receive a portion of the $19,000 planned to be disbursed for senior thesis research through the Peretz fund, which faced controversy in the fall due to statements made by its namesake.
Faculty leaders from the Committee on Degrees in Social Studies will host a discussion with members of the Social Studies ...
In a vote of 26-7-4, the Undergraduate Council said it “fully condemns” the University’s decision to accept donations in honor of former professor Martin “Marty” H. Peretz, who has attracted criticism following a Sept. blog post in which he described Muslim life as “cheap, especially for Muslims.”
Students enrolled in Social Studies 10a lead a walk-out to protest the recent decision by the Social Studies Committee to honor the fund named in honor of former professor Martin H. "Marty" Peretz. Close to half of the students in the class walked out in protest at the beginning of yesterday's Social Studies 10a lecture.
Around 40 students walked out of the Social Studies 10 lecture yesterday in protest of the Committee on Degrees in Social Studies’s decision to accept a $650,000 undergraduate research fund named in honor of former Harvard Professor Martin “Marty” H. Peretz, who has come under fire for what protestors describe as a 25-year history of making bigoted remarks.
Students and affiliates of Harvard protest against the Social Studies Commitee’s decision to honor Martin Peretz last Saturday during the Committee’s 50th anniversary celebration.