As one of their last Undergraduate Council obligations as President and Vice President, Shaiba Rather ’17 and Danny V. Banks ’17 (from left) lead Monday night’s general meeting at the SOCH. Also present was Anna T. Wechsler ’18 (right), the current Undergraduate Council secretary.
Beginning next semester, the Q guide will likely contain a question about the affordability of course materials—part of an ongoing effort by the committee to address the high course material costs on campus.
Sixty percent of undergraduates who voted in this year’s UC presidential election said the College should repeal sanctions on unrecognized single-gender social organizations
Yasmin Z. Sachee ’18 and Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18 speak about their goals for the upcoming year during an interview with The Harvard Crimson Sunday night. Sachee and Khansarinia were elected as the new President and Vice President of the Undergraduate Council last week, after a delayed release of results due to an investigation regarding violated campaign rules.
A "multicultural cabinet," caucuses for underrepresented groups, and mandating annual sexual assault prevention training workshops are among the among the main goals of the Undergraduate Council's President- and Vice President-elect.
A Harvard Open Data Project analysis predicts that Undergraduate Council presidential candidate Yasmin Z. Sachee ’18 and running mate Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18 will likely be the winners of the UC presidential election tonight.
Due to allegations that Undergraduate Council presidential candidates or campaign staff violated campaign rules, the UC executive board voted in an “urgent” meeting Thursday night to grant the UC Election Commission extra time to certify the results of the UC’s presidential election.
Yasmin Z. Sachee ’18 and Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18 will be the next Undergraduate Council President and Vice President.
With less than a day left for students to vote in the Undergraduate Council election, presidential and vice presidential hopefuls have taken to social media and door-to-door campaigning to promote their candidacies.
While all four tickets hoping to lead the Undergraduate Council have advocated increasing awareness and support for campus-wide mental health efforts, the tickets differ in their position on the UC's role in these efforts.