A group of students from Harvard and several other universities have produced and distributed a free college admissions guide to about 40,000 public school leaders nationwide.
Prospective members trickled in and out of the Signet Society’s pale, yellow-tinted cottage at 46 Dunster St. on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, gauging their interest in the off-campus arts and letters social club at the group’s two open house events.
Relocated out of the Smith Campus Center amidst ongoing construction, the College’s Sexual Health and Relationship Counselors are bringing their condoms and peer counseling resources to campus dining halls.
A sophomore hopeful of joining the Porcellian might have expected some big changes to the club’s punch process this year. But invitations did not indicate the process this year was open.
A record low amount of rain fell in Boston this summer, leaving much of the Greater Boston Area dangerously dry, stunting agricultural production and generating health concerns. Monday proved to be a welcome exception as rain fell throughout the day, leaving students and commuters drenched.
Jordan Johnson, a student at the Graduate School of Education, speaks at the "We Stand With Standing Rock" event in Harvard Yard Saturday. Students and allies of the Harvard University Native American Program planned and attended the event to support the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, in protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
With the goal of providing an evening free from the pressures of social labels, various women’s groups at the College are organizing the second [BLANK] party for undergraduates, aiming this year at a larger turnout and a later end time.
Members of the Faculty Council discussed single-gender social organizations at their first two meetings of the semester in preparation for a likely Faculty of Arts and Sciences vote on whether to support a new College policy penalizing the groups.