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The Mission Hill After School Program, Boston’s oldest student-run after school program, found itself scrambling this past summer after it abruptly lost the space it had previously occupied at the Maurice J. Tobin K-8 School.
Harvard Mirch, a co-ed South Asian a cappella group, performs at the Eid Banquet on Saturday evening. The Eid al-Adha celebration was hosted by the Harvard College Pakistan Student Association.
More than 75 Harvard students cheered “Harvard United for Bernie!” on the way to the rally for the presidential candidate at the Boston Convention Center.
The finalized budget, which passed unanimously, remained largely similar to the preliminary one except for increases to the Council’s grants fund and to the Student Initiatives Committee and Student Relations Committee budgets.
The event’s headliners included U.S. Senator Edward J. Markey and Harvard English professor James T. Engell ’73.
Boston-area residents participate in weekly stair runs at the Harvard Stadium, enjoying a sense of community.
Harvard Republican Club President Aaron I. Henricks '16, often describes the campus group as a "big tent," welcoming self-identified Republicans from the Tea Party to the center right.
"I’ve had instances in classes where perhaps for a paper I’ve written something other than I really feel, because I know that perhaps if I write what I really feel I may not get the best grade," said Cameron K. Khansarinia '18.
"When we’ve essentially said that one viewpoint is not acceptable to be spoken out for, I think that’s dangerous not only for the folks on [our] side but also the folks who disagree with us—I think being challenged helps you sharpen your viewpoints, it makes you smarter about things," said Kurt K Haeffner '18.
Undergraduate Council representative criticize the Council's decision to continue funding smartphone application Ventfull.
“We did not just send an email to email@example.com,” the conference’s secretary-general said, adding that the organization’s staff was surprised that the Pope accepted.
It is not easy being a conservative at Harvard, surrounded by a sea of blue and the tradition of a school once called the "Kremlin on the Charles." Fear of judgment and misinterpretation cause many conservative students to remain quiet on their political beliefs, or crawl into a closet with regard to their beliefs.
Participants check-in for 'Pink Out Day for Planned Parenthood' in the Adams Junior Common Room. The Harvard College Democrats and Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts organized the event where students donned pink and canvassed in Harvard Square in support of the organization Tuesday night.