The approved UC legislation prevents the religious group from receiving any Council funding for the remainder of spring 2018.
In last November’s Undergraduate Council presidential election, the UC saw its lowest voter turnout since it began popularly electing its leadership in 1996.
The UC finance committee voted to recommend legislation that would bar religious group Harvard College Faith and Action from all Council funding.
Harvard College Faith and Action will not lose the ability to book rooms, recruit students, or receive Undergraduate Council funding as part of its year-long probation.
The UC voted Sunday to endorse a proposal to establish a prison education system at the University.
The Committee on Student Life met Thursday morning to discuss the College’s long-anticipated final implementation plan for its social group policy—and to begin to determine the committee’s role in evaluating that policy.
The Undergraduate Council passed a resolution denouncing the actions of religious group HCFA and affirming its support for the BGLTQ community Sunday.
A new UC initiative that facilitates dinner table discussions between students and faculty members debuted last week.
Multiple members of the Undergraduate Council alleged Harvard did not adequately take student input into account in its recently completed presidential search at a Council meeting Monday.