Michelle Denise L. Ferreol
Professors Michael J. Sandel and Douglas A. Melton argue about the morality behind designing babies with favorable genes and traits. Sandel and Melton teach Life Sciences 60, a bioethics class.
John A. Ausick ’13 never intended to run for a position on the Undergraduate Council, but he could just be Currier House’s next UC representative.
Students from the eight Ivy League universities learned about practical approaches and effective tools to fulfill their leadership roles at their respective undergraduate institutions at the 12th Ivy League Leadership Summit this weekend.
A group of researchers has created an implant which can be electrically stimulated to release drug doses through a specially designed microchip.
Gaga over Gaga? Well, put on your Poker Face. Your chances to see the one and only Fame Monster in person have just gotten better.
The UC has assigned each of its representatives to serve as a liaison to about ten student organizations. The initiative intends to give all of the student organizations on campus a point person through whom they can communicate with the UC.
"Everybody get up, it's time to slam now." There's a real jam going down right before tomorrow's Harvard-Yale basketball game: The UC's Social Programs Committee is hosting a tailgate in conjunction with the Harvard Athletics department.
The Undergraduate Council released its first Annual Report to the College Monday to inform students of the UC’s activities over the past year.
With less than a week until Valentine's Day, many of you are probably putting the finishing touches on your oh-so-perfect plans for the day. Flowers in her dropbox? Check. A serenade delivered by the Kroks to his classroom? Check. Candlelight dinner atop of Memorial Church? Okay, maybe that's taking it too far. More likely, all the talk about fancy dinners and dates is burning a hole through your already empty wallet. Well, you're in luck.
The Undergraduate Council voted on Monday to adopt a new event calendar website, Eventplease, as its platform for announcing upcoming events.
The Undergraduate Council announced that its new Loans Pilot Program—an initiative which will enable the Council to bankroll more student-run programming—will go live starting this week.
Carrie J. Tian '15, Harvard's very own, competed in Jeopardy!'s College Championship on Jan. 5. The annual tournament will air its first episode Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. on CBS.
The event, which UC President Danny P. Bicknell ’13 had been planning since last semester, is part of the UC’s continued effort to increase student voice on campus and give undergraduates a larger stake in the University’s governance.
Although few students attended the first two events of the Undergraduate Council’s new program “UC Outings,” UC representatives said they hope to further develop the program.
In light of the recent death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and the shift of power to his son Kim Jong-un, a panel of Harvard professors said that fears of internal collapse in North Korea have not been realized.
- Substantiating Fears of Grade Inflation, Dean Says Median Grade at Harvard College Is A-, Most Common Grade Is A
- In Reversal, UC VP-Elect Says He Will Not Resign, Is Expected To Assume UC Presidency
- Interactive Feature: Class of 2017, By the Numbers
- The A’s Have It
- Harvard Official: A- is Median Grade and A Most Common Across All Three FAS Divisions and SEAS