Stephanie B. Garlock
Just after Elizabeth returned from a semester abroad in the Czech Republic last fall, the couple went to a Build-a-Bear Workshop in Manhattan and made a teddy bear. They named it “Bliz”—a combination of their two names.
Leverett House’s McKinlock Hall will be the second dorm to undergo renovation as part of the College’s House Renewal project, following the completion of construction on Old Quincy in the 2012-3 school year.
Who needs an Allston campus when we have the Charles River?
Once seen as a front-runner in the Democratic primary for Massachusetts’ U.S. Senate seat, social entrepreneur Alan A. Khazei ’83 will withdraw from the race.
Three top Harvard administrators struck discordant tones Sunday night while reflecting on the controversial freshman values pledge during an Undergraduate Council forum.
Harvard is currently undergoing a review of the sexual assault policies in place across the University’s different schools.
Although the University had recently appointed student representatives to a special committee to review the sexual misconduct policies of the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response, it has now decided to postpone soliciting student input in this process.
The Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ Registrar’s Office is currently working on a proposal to radically overhaul the school’s online student information system, giving hope to the perennial Undergraduate Council campaign promise that students will be able to submit their study cards electronically.
“I’m still kind of in shock that I won,” said Rea, who will now join Cao on the Committee.
At this year’s iteration of The Game, Harvard students who have come to look forward to laxer tailgating regulations in New Haven will have to adjust to the reality of new rules put in place by Yale that seek to crack down on underage drinking.
AlcoholEd is only effective in reducing harmful drinking habits of students for their first semester of college, according to a study released last week.
The renovations will freshen up several social spaces in the Houses and the Student Organization Center at Hilles.
The results of last year's freshman survey has administrators worried.
This year Harvard freshmen started what administrators hope will be a new tradition: they signed a pledge promising to uphold values tied to the College’s mission. The “Class of 2015 Pledge” committed students to transforming Harvard into a “place where all can thrive and where the exercise of kindness holds a place on par with intellectual attainment.”
With Hurricane Irene barreling towards North Carolina, the College opened up all 12 Houses Thursday, two days before the planned Saturday move-in date.
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