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University President Drew Faust freed up the money in response to students and administrators who have asked to bolster on-campus social spaces.
Formerly called “Unit Tests” and now called “Unit Reviews,” the optional exams still will function as practice tests.
Beginning last spring, Signet members began questioning the ability of a nomination process to properly represent the Harvard arts community.
In the world of personal transportation, evolution is inevitable. Tricycles to bicycles, roller skates to rollerblades, horse-drawn carriages to the latest model Ferrari. Some modes of transportation, however, are destined for evolutionary failure. Call it Darwinism, call it harsh, call it the truth. Segways are one of these modes of transportation.
Sharon Woodbine gives Terilyn S. Chen ‘16 a free chair massage at the Science Center Plaza on Wednesday afternoon. This event was sponsored by Harvard University Health Services Center for Wellness.
Jenny I. Makovkina ‘16 and teaching fellow Jake C. Ransohoff talk outside and get some fresh air on Wednesday afternoon.
Pasta is served in Eliot House’s dining hall on Wednesday evening. This semester, HUDS debuted a new pasta sauce made with locally-grown tomatoes.
Elsa Sze talks about Agora, an online town hall she founded to promote accessibility to political participation, as part of HUBweek.
David I. Laibson ’88 discusses his experience as one of the key figures on campus administering and directing the sexual assault survey in his office in Littauer.
Students recognize David I. Laibson ’88 most recently as one of the key figures in administering and designing the Sexual Conduct Survey distributed across Harvard and some 26 schools through his role on the Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Assault.
Goksenin Akdeniz ‘18 and Bruno Moguel Gallegos ‘18 spend time in the yard on Wednesday afternoon. They were two of many students trying to enjoy the warmth before the arrival of colder weather.
Interns with the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations questioned whether South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley deserved recognition for advancing racial justice.
When asked about the new marinara sauce served in dining halls, several students reported no significant change in taste.