As administrators from the College evaluate the equipment in the House gyms, several House Masters say that the closure of House gyms is on the table because of the expense of maintenance—though no decision has yet been reached.
In the wake of the College’s recent announcement banning hard alcohol from off-campus House events, House Committees have been forced to reevaluate plans for their rapidly-approaching spring formals.
Kirkland House Resident Dean David A. Smith will be replaced by Cory T. Way at the end of this year.
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.
In the wake of a recent push from Dean of the College Evelynn M. Hammonds to enforce the College’s alcohol policy more uniformly, Pforzheimer House Committee canceled this weekend’s biannual “Pfoho Golf.”
HUHDS closed Annenberg Hall and House dining halls at the start of spring break and will not begin to reopen until Sunday, the night before classes resume, forcing students to find creative ways to find meals on campus.
The night before blocking forms were due, Graham M. Frankel ’12 and his soon-to-be blockmates suddenly realized that their potential blocking group included nine people, one more than the maximum of eight.
Nestled between Adams, Leverett, Lowell and DeWolfe, Quincy is centrally located in the middle of the River Houses. Quincy has monumental House spirit, enthusiastic House Masters, a host of fun traditions, and some of the best housing on campus.
Among Harvard undergraduates, varsity athletes are most satisfied with their social lives, according to the results of the Undergraduate Council’s social life survey.
After a large number of rushes this spring, the three Harvard fraternities extended an unusually high number of bids to potential members.
Ilya Chalik ’11—an avid traveler and a Tai Chi expert—died yesterday in his Adams dorm room, according to Adams House administrators.
As sororities’ rush season draws to a close and fraternities’ recruitment period moves ahead full-steam, those seeking a place in Harvard’s Greek life scene say they want more than to be just another frat brother or sorority sister—they want community.
Emily G. Rosenthal, sophomore advising coordinator at Pforzheimer House, will be the new Currier resident dean.
Julianne Moore received the Pudding Pot yesterday, but only after successfully cheering up Virginia Woolf, seducing Mark Zuckerberg, and “silencing” a lamb.