Janie M. Tankard
Having outgrown a windowless, 80-square-foot office in the basement of Memorial Church, the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard will open its own community center this week, according to the organization’s officials.
The Undergraduate Council adopted one of two proposed constitutional amendments regarding re-election requirements for UC Executive Board members during the last general meeting this semester on Monday.
The Undergraduate Council general assembly erupted into a long debate about the current UC Executive Board re-election policies.
The Undergraduate Council passed legislation last night to formalize a partnership with Office of Career Services to send letters to Harvard Alumni Associations across the country in an effort to identify possible career exploration experiences for students during next year’s January Term.
Adams House’s three Undergraduate Council representatives fielded questions from student constituents last night at the second pilot “UC Study Break.”
Undergraduate Council Vice President Eric N. Hysen ’11 is no stranger to working with technology. The computer science major and self-termed “CS nerd” has been making Web sites since he was 10 years old.
The Undergraduate Council voted unanimously last night to accept the second and final installment of UC election reform.
Following a year-long process to develop an online room reservation tool for the College, the Undergraduate Council officially launched “UC Rooms” this week, a Web site that allows student groups and individuals to book common spaces on campus.
The Undergraduate Council’s Election Reform Task Force presented a comprehensive report endorsing 11 specific recommendations at last night’s general meeting to address weaknesses revealed by November’s highly controversial elections.
In a reversal of a decision passed last Sunday, the Undergraduate Council voted yesterday to suspend efforts to fund the creation of an online study guide library for undergraduates.
The Undergraduate Council passed legislation last night allocating $600 to hire a web developer to create an online study guide library, pending approval of Harvard administrators.
Harvard’s internal risk management services will audit the Undergraduate Council this semester to critique the organization’s current financial practices and to ensure appropriate use of funds.
The Undergraduate Council will launch its Harvard for Haiti Web site this evening to help coordinate Haitian relief efforts between the UC and House Committees, according to UC leaders.
The Undergraduate Council will collaborate with over a dozen student groups to create new on-and off-campus opportunities for next year.
Searching for a lightly-used futon or selling your dog-eared Gov. 20 coursepack will soon become a bit easier with the upcoming official launch of Crimsonlist, Harvard’s version of the online classifieds Web site Craigslist.