Harvard officials fielded questions on the College’s drug, alcohol, and amnesty policies during a panel attended by an audience of about 20 undergraduates yesterday evening.
The market for these used books may become more competitive now that publicly funded universities are required to post prices and book ISBNs online.
This year's seniors felt the effects of the drastic decrease in Harvard's endowment over the past four years, as spending was cut on everything from faculty to hot breakfasts.
Famous children's book author Eric Carle spoke to an audience in Longfellow Hall yesterday. Carle told the crowd about his childhood and his path to becoming a world-renowned author and illustrator.
Last fall, the Bok Center began a pilot program called “Oral Communications Skills Course For International TFs.”
Christopher Wheat, an assistant professor at the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, spoke yesterday alongside Dean of the College Evelynn M. Hammonds and Brandon M. Terry ’05 at a panel on diversity in higher education at the Office of Career Services.
Dr. Timothy Johnson, medical editor for ABC news, Ezra Klein, a blogger and columnist, and Julie Rovner, a correspondent for National Public Radio, discussed how the media covered the healthcare debate at the Shorenstein Center’s panel on healthcare reform and new media last night.