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The finalized budget, which passed unanimously, remained largely similar to the preliminary one except for increases to the Council’s grants fund and to the Student Initiatives Committee and Student Relations Committee budgets.
Undergraduate Council representative criticize the Council's decision to continue funding smartphone application Ventfull.
The UC is still predominantly male, with men outnumbering women by a ratio of just under two to one. Thirty-five percent of representatives on the Council this fall, including several members of its leadership, are women.
The current and primary focus of the Undergraduate Council’s alumni board is to foster relationships between College alumni and current UC representatives.
Classmates of Carey W. Gabay ’94, a former Undergraduate Council president, remember him as a dedicated and committed leader.
Following last week’s general elections, the 44 representatives elected onto the Undergraduate Council hold their first meeting on Sunday evening.
Harvard College’s Office of Student Life has introduced a revamped system for reporting incidents of bias, which features multiple reporting avenues and the option to submit anonymously.
After voting closed on Friday, 44 students were elected onto the Undergraduate Council.
The budget stands as an interim measure to immediately fund student groups and House committees, and changes can be made in the next two weeks.
Although the Council had to extend the deadline for declaring candidacy by several hours to attract more candidates, the election cycle ended up featuring a range of candidates—136 in total.
Undergraduate Council campaign posters crowd a bulletin board in Wigglesworth Hall on Tuesday evening. Out of the 136 declared candidates, 74 individuals are members of the Class of 2019.
Isabella Beroutsos ’19 and Matthew A. Moody ’19, Undergraduate Council candidates, speak to Jack K. Kelley ’19, who is also a candidate, in Wigglesworth Hall on Tuesday evening.
Posters, which ranged from the humorous to the sentimental, are just one way candidates have taken to the campaign trail.
According to the Undergraduate Council's technology chair, the UC's official website was one of the servers affected by a cyber attack this summer.
As usual, the number of freshmen candidates outpaced that of upperclassmen candidates.