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Shaun R. Harper, the Office of Student Life’s inaugural “Scholar-in-Residence,” advocated for “intentional” institutional support as a means of increasing inclusivity on college campuses.
The invitation, which students received over email early Wednesday, advertised a “pajama party” to be held Saturday at the Spee building on Mount Auburn Street.
After a year-long preparation, thesis writers are pulling their final all-nighters in advance of the coming deadlines.
Members of the Undergraduate Council are questioning whether parliamentary procedure is slowing down their work.
Freshmen blocking group submissions were due at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, ending what was—for some—a time of drama and frenzy, despite efforts by freshmen proctors and Peer Advising Fellows to clear up misconceptions and offer advice throughout the process.
The first floor work area of Lamont library was quiet on Wednesday evening as people studied. The weeks leading up to Spring Break can be especially busy for some students as midterm season reaches its peak.
Happy Thursday, Harvard! Only two more days until the weekend!
Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana leads a discussion with students about balancing academics and extracurriculars at a town hall in the Phillips Brooks House Parlor on Wednesday evening.
With stricter regulations during River Run, Harvard students sometimes resort to hopping the fences of upperclassmen houses, such as those behind Lowell.
“I’ll die in this shop,” Soillis says with a grin.
It’s February. It’s cold. It’s early enough in the semester that your BoardPlus shouldn’t have run out. I have $108 left due to overwhelming self-discipline. It’s time to cozy up in a café.
In those lazy summers of five or six years ago, when every morning we awoke together ready to take on the backyard, we favored one in particular. I wrote a description of that game, Madame Mademoiselle, in my college application essay. My sister watched me compose the first draft.
Did I mention that I got a really shiny blue ribbon for coming in fourth in the elementary school contest?