Danielle J. Kolin
The loss of free Adobe software previously provided by Harvard for students to download on their personal computers has proven problematic for many student publications.
Suzanne E. Duke resigned from her position as Crimson Yard resident dean of freshmen due to medical reasons last Tuesday, only two days before freshman move-in day.
For some student group leaders, Harvard just doesn’t get it.
Seth Riddley ’08-’12 had never suffered from psychiatric problems before coming to college, but soon after moving from South Carolina to Cambridge to begin his freshman year, he faced family difficulties and began to seriously consider suicide.
The majority of Hammonds’ appointments demonstrate a push toward diversity that reflects the increasing heterogeneity of the faculty.
The Fly Club will likely continue to lease the property at 45 Dunster St. to the Bee Club, bringing an end to nearly a month of uncertainty regarding the future of the building.
The Hasty Pudding Club, the Chabad House at Harvard, and the Bee Club have all made bids for the property ...
After this spring, hard alcohol will no longer be served at on-campus House formals, as the Cambridge License Commission will now only issue beer and wine licenses for ticketed events taking place in dining halls.
The Chabad House at Harvard, an Orthodox Jewish center, has placed a $6 million bid to purchase the building at 45 Dunster Street from the Fly Club—which currently leases the space to the Bee Club—according to exchanges on final club e-mail lists obtained by The Crimson.
The Chabad House at Harvard has placed a $6 million bid to purchase the building at 45 Dunster Street from the Fly Club—which currently leases the space to the Bee Club—according to exchanges on final club e-mail lists obtained by The Crimson.
This year's Yardfest—featuring hip-hop artist Kid Cudi, indie-folk artist Patrick Park, and rapper Wale—attracted about 4,500 attendees.
After undergoing a competitive process, over 50 new resident tutors have been hired across the 12 residential Houses to participate in House leadership next year.
Incoming Mather House Masters Christie A. McDonald and Michael D. Rosengarten will take the helm with a broad range of experiences under their belts.
The two scientists anticipate embedding themselves in House culture, bringing with them their passion for their profession and their experience with undergraduates.
Newly appointed Cabot House Masters Rakesh and Stephanie R. Khurana and their children speak about their family, life, and what they hope to accomplish as House masters.