The Student Life Fund has been renewed with $50,000 for the current academic year, according to an announcement by Dean of the College Evelyn M. Hammonds last Thursday.
Adela Penagos, an assistant dean at the University of Notre Dame, has been named the new director of Harvard’s four-year-old Advising Programs Office.
The tone was somber at the Undergraduate Council’s final meeting of the fall semester.
Evelynn M. Hammonds started her tenure as the Dean of Harvard College last year dealing with a massive power outage on the first day freshmen arrived on campus—the beginning of a string of difficult and unpredictable circumstances that would shape her first year as dean.
Just four years ago, many members of the Harvard community anticipated the newly-developed January Term as an opportunity for undergraduates to participate in a range of creative and exciting programming on campus.
Former Undergraduate Council President Andrea R. Flores ’10 swears in newly elected President Johnny F. Bowman ’11 during a Dec. 10, 2009 ceremony after a controversial UC election that pitted Bowman against George J. J. Hayward ’11.
News of Obama's election in the fall of 2008 brought about celebration among most of the students at Harvard.
While using fact finders has solved some of the issues with the Ad board’s sexual assault policies, many believe there are still fundamental flaws in the adjudication process that need to be addressed.
Last spring, Ryan found himself outside late at night, alone with his boyfriend, who had just consumed nine shots of tequila.
The College’s Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response will officially offer its services to the entire University starting in the fall, according to OSAPR Director Sarah Rankin.
The College administration is not significantly altering its January Term policy for students living in the Dudley House Cooperative, despite an Undergraduate Council position paper calling for a change.
Student group leaders have responded positively to the College’s decision to allow all students to return to campus more than a week before spring classes begin.
During next year’s January Term, all undergraduates will be allowed to return to campus eight days before classes begin, Dean of the College Evelynn M. Hammonds announced Friday.
The overwhelming majority of undergraduates spent this past January Term with family and friends, using the time to exercise, relax, and catch up on sleep, according to a survey conducted by the College administration to evaluate the inaugural month-long winter break.