Quinn D. Hatoff
Flying home for Turkey Day? Don't want to schlep bags through South Station or splurge on a cab? This year, thanks to an initiative funded by the Undergraduate Council, students have one more option for getting to the airport.
Tara Raghuveer ’14 and running mate Jen Q. Y. Zhu ’14 won this year’s Undergraduate Council presidential election with a clear majority of votes, the Election Commission announced Friday night.
The Student Activities Fee, and with it the College’s termbill, should rise in order to better fund student groups, the Undergraduate Council recommended in a report released last Sunday.
With just one day to go before voting opens in the Undergraduate Council's Presidential election, the UC Election Commission has ...
The Undergraduate Council voted Sunday night to support the adoption of a College-wide affirmative consent policy, just one week before students are set to cast ballots on the very same issue.
Abe Liu, the Harvard Extension School student who pretended to be a member of the Class of 2015 last year, has launched a surprise campaign for Undergraduate Council president—or so Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter would have you believe.
Change: it is the message that swept President Barack Obama to the White House twice. It is also the message that this year’s Undergraduate Council presidential hopefuls are counting on to deliver their own victories.
The Undergraduate Council announced that it will hold special elections after it expelled two members due to unexcused absences.
Four candidates for Undergraduate Council president and their vice presidential running mates have garnered the signatures necessary to run in the upcoming election, the UC Election Commission announced in an e-mail late Monday.
Harvard’s investment strategy is aimed at providing funds for the University’s teaching and research initiatives, rather than promoting a particular social cause.
Addressing issues ranging from the reported crackdown on underage drinking at final clubs to the recent stranger rapes, Harvard University Police Department spokesperson Steven G. Catalano presented crime statistics and took questions at Sunday night’s Undergraduate Council General Meeting.
In an effort to break the silence on an often-stigmatized topic, members of the Harvard community gathered to share experiences with mental illness through spoken word, interpretive dance, and candid conversations at Friday night’s second-annual “Words on the Mind” open mic night.
Sporting colors from the rainbow flag and gay-friendly pins, Undergraduate Council members opened the second General Meeting of the year by taking part in a photo project organized by the Office of BGLTQ Student Life.