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Graduates of United World Colleges, a group of 14 boarding schools across five continents, credit their international education with providing a formative experience for college.
Henry Li ‘16 prepares a toasted sandwich for delivery on Monday night; students who texted members of the Harvard Ichthus, the student journal of Christian thought and expression with questions about Christianity received toasted sandwiches.
The group blocked entrances to the administrative building for the second time this semester in protest of the appointment of new University Chief Financial Officer Thomas J. Hollister, who is a former oil executive.
In the election, Prime Minister David Cameron retained his position as the UK’s Conservative Party received 51 percent of votes and 331 seats in Parliament. The Labour Party, led by Ed Miliband, received 36 percent of votes and 232 seats.
As students raise concerns about advising resources in one of Harvard’s upperclassman Houses, administrators respond.
Even at a school acknowledged to have one of the most generous financial aid programs in academia, students at Harvard still run into barriers created by costly course materials.
According to a post on the site, the new blog is a response to the posting of alleged members of male final clubs earlier last week.
After students filled out an anonymous questionnaire regarding alcohol consumption habits, they selected between seven different colors of free water bottles provided by Harvard Drug and Alcohol Peer Advisors.
Drug and Alcohol Peer Advisor members hand out water bottles during National Alcohol Screening Day at the Malkin Athletic Center on Tuesday.
Matthew W. G. Walker ’16 and Sam B. Clark ’15, dressed in Hasty Pudding Theatricals drag, dance with the Harvard Ballet Company in a parody of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake on Saturday.
While members of the Harvard Ballet Company performed Four Swans from Swan Lake, Matthew W. G. Walker ’16 and Sam B. Clark ’15 do their best to keep up.
Dan S. Milaschewski ’17 performs in drag as a suitor for the Prince, played by Rakesh Khurana, in “Swan Lake: For the Birds!” on Saturday.
Lilly Riveron ’17, who danced the role of the Swan, performs a short solo after she finds her true love, the Prince, played by Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana.
The Performance Fair opened with a ballet called “Swan Lake: For the Birds!” based on Tchaikovsky’s work which featured Hasty Pudding Theatricals as well as distinguished administrators and faculty.