Stephanie B. Garlock
Over the last half century, changing political circumstances have altered Harvard’s relationship with the armed forces as anti-militarism has become unacceptable and any criticism of the military have focused on specific policies.
When it crafts and enforces policies, the University must consider its legal liability in order to protect its billions of dollars in assets and prevent damage to its reputation.
Comedian Amy Poehler—a former cast member of “Saturday Night Live” and the current star of NBC’s “Parks and Recreation”—encouraged the members of the class of 2011 to always allow themselves to lean on others and be open to new ideas at Wednesday afternoon’s Class Day Exercises.
While the College has enacted policies that more explicitly restrict alcohol consumption, it has also taken a more active stance this year in attempting to influence students’ drinking behaviors.
Mt. Auburn Street is a testament to the proliferation of off-campus social spaces at Harvard.
The social space issue at Harvard College is a problem that never seems to go away.
Students will be housed in three different swing space locations around Harvard Square during the renovation of Old Quincy, administrators announced on Friday.
Much of the College’s policy for Optional Winter Activities Week and January break will remain unchanged next year, Dean of the College Evelynn M. Hammonds announced in an email to students yesterday.
Students displaced by the upcoming renovation of Old Quincy will be housed in three apartment buildings around Harvard Square.
Three days after the Harvard class of 2011 receives their diplomas, Dean of the College Evelynn M. Hammonds will get a degree of her own. Bates College in Lewiston, Maine will award Hammonds an honorary degree on May 29 for her work researching the relationship between medicine and race.
Only beer and wine—not hard alcohol—will be served at off-campus formals this semester, according to changes in the alcohol policy outlined by Dean of Student Life Suzy M. Nelson at a Committee on Student Life meeting yesterday morning.
The Pfoho Grille was rebranded last semester, and with the debut of the neon "Quad Grille" sign last night, the change is official.
Far East Movement, The White Panda, and Sam Adams will play at the spring College-wide concert on April 17, the College Events Board and the Harvard College Concert Commission announced last night.
Marking the second time in a row that three artists will perform at Yardfest, Far East Movement, The White Panda, and Sam Adams will play at the spring College-wide concert on April 17.