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Council to Vet Plans for Restructuring

Undergraduate Council President Matthew W. Mahan ’05 has proposed a plan for significant restructuring and decentralization of the council’s committees,

UC Rep Resigns After Expulsion

After three semesters as a representative from Mather House, Neil “Buddy” Shah ’05 resigned from the Undergraduate Council Friday. A

UC Votes On Student Center

A bill calling for an undergraduate student center in Allston passed by a vote of 24-3-3 in the Undergraduate Council’s

Council Votes for Women’s Center

Following its decision last spring to push for a separate space for women’s groups, the Undergraduate Council voted to include

Glazer, Nichols Elected in Split Vote

Matthew J. Glazer ’06 was declared the next Undergraduate Council president last night in an election that ended with an

Gross Speaks at Council Meeting

Dean of the College Benedict H. Gross ’71 updated Undergraduate Council members last night on the progress of Harvard’s ongoing

UC Hopefuls Clash on Policy

Past experience and priorities for the future comprised the core of last night’s debate for the Undergraduate Council presidency and

Trump Ousts Harvard Alum

In a crucial face-to-face showdown with Donald Trump last week that would determine his fate on “The Apprentice,” Andy D.

Activities Fee Hike Opens Spending Debate

A year ago, Matthew W. Mahan ’05 campaigned for the Undergraduate Council presidency on a platform that pledged to resuscitate

Yale, HoCos to Help Foot Bill

After signing a contract with a vendor last week to provide the alcohol at Saturday’s Harvard-Yale football game, the Undergraduate

Beer Vendor On Tap For Game

The Undergraduate Council has found a beer distributor for the Harvard-Yale tailgates, President Matthew W. Mahan ’05 said at last

Throwing Away Our Resources

This summer, I was dismayed to learn that the Bush administration proposed leasing the rights over some nine million acres

Tickets to Dylan Concert Sell Out

When Bob Dylan comes to Harvard in three weeks, he will perform in a track center packed to its maximum

House Committees Challenge Funding Cap

Several House Committee (HoCos) members were on-hand at the Undergraduate Council meeting last night as the Council debated placing a

Borderline Overreaction

A robust, dark-eyed woman leans into the car window to get a better look. “Vous avez des armes à feu,

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Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads