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With a new concentration in Theater, Dance, and Media, Harvard bridges the gap between academics and extracurricular activities.
With its tendency to approve legislation, the Undergraduate Council may be straying away from taking more meaningful stances on campus issues.
The College says no to recognizing final clubs and fraternities, but some social organizations with similar practices are on the books.
While there is no single route to securing a finance job, there are a number of built-in advantages that make the pipeline from the athletic field to the finance field a large and established one.
College students interested in pursuing public service contend with a tough job market and a culture of busy classmates.
Lizzy R. Fitzhenry ’15 embraces her mother, Joan, and her 21-month-old niece before entering Memorial Church for the 2015 Baccalaureate Service. Joan Fitzhenry described the experience of Commencement so far as "wonderful, teary."
Soon-to-be graduates pose in front of the John Harvard statue before the 2015 Baccalaureate Service.
Evan M. O'Dorney '15 listens as the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum performs a hymn by Oliver Wendell Holmes that O'Dorney set to music during the 2015 Phi Beta Kappa Literary Exercises on May 26 in Sanders Theatre.
Members of the class of 2015 line up on the steps of Widener Library for their class photo.
Senior class marshal Bob Wu '15 gives a thumbs up as the 2015 class marshals pose for photographs in the Yard before the Baccalaureate Service on May 26.
As the extreme political viewpoints became more and more outspoken, Harvard was thrust into a period of fierce political debate.
While students who were on campus agreed that Harvard administrators did not formally constrain the way students conveyed their beliefs, they added that the general climate of the student body exerted social pressure, determining what could and could not be said.
Having a 24-hour library was one of the main goals of the Harvard Society of Nerds and Geeks, a group Kahn formed during the ’89-’90 school year.