The campaign Harvard Wears Denim took place Wednesday, with individuals and student organizations pledging to stand in solidarity with survivors of sexual assault and pledging to confront rape culture. The event was led by the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (OSAPR) and Consent Advocates & Relationship Educators (CARE).
Dozens of students flooded the Science Center in a sea of denim to demonstrate against sexual assault as part of Peace Over Violence’s International Denim Day.
Dozens of juniors gathered in the Science Center to reflect on past experiences, their “sense of self,” and future plans three years into their time at the College.
Coaxing Harvard students to "eat in elegant attire" and "read Chaucer out loud" in new dining societies may be easier said than done.
The Undergraduate Council's Rules Committee will only recommend new student groups for approval if they are not too similar to existing ones as part of a College-wide charge to limit redundancies in student organizations.
Formally cosigned by Harvard Concilio Latino, the Harvard Islamic Society, and the Harvard Black Students Association and orchestrated by the Harvard Palestine Solidarity Committee, the flyer posed as a notice informing students about an ongoing investigation in the recipient’s dormitory.
Khurana and Dingman published an op-ed defending the College’s rejection of a summer program for low income students.
Mock notices from a purported “Harvard Special Investigations Unit” warning students that a resident of their dorm “has been detained indefinitely” sparked outrage from several students, who called the false flyers disturbing, and prompted the involved students groups to apologize.