Dev A. Patel
The resolution, which is nearly identical to one passed by the Undergraduate Council earlier this week, calls upon the graduate body to urge relevant Harvard administrators to support fair process as workers decide whether or not to unionize.
Listen Up! has been consistent on this issue: no walks of shame from the Yard.
A movement to limit the size of course sections to 12 students that began among a small group of graduate students last fall has grown into a formal campaign backed by members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and endorsed by the University’s Philosophy Department.
Harry had Dumbledore. Luke had Yoda. Bieber had Usher. The Karate Kid had Mr. Miyagi. And now, you have us.
Graduate students voiced complaints about the systems that govern teaching fellows and their responsibilities, sharing stories about teaching for months without getting paid and scrambling to find teaching posts as enrollment numbers fluctuate during shopping week.
Members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences offered little feedback on a draft of what could be the College’s first-ever honor code at their monthly meeting Tuesday.
With spring term classes just beginning, Harvard Law School's campus is beginning to swing back into its cycle.
Anthropology professor emeritus Stanley J. Tambiah, described by colleagues as one of the giants of 20th century anthropology, was known for his studies of Buddhism and South Asia.
The W.E.B. Du Bois Institute announced 16 total fellows for the 2013-2014 academic year. The Institute, which is now part of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research, is currently undergoing renovation.
The new fellows will join five others who have been in residence with the program since the beginning of the fall term.
The incoming dean will bring leadership expertise from Harvard Business School and insider experience of House life to one of the University’s highest offices, colleagues and students say.
Award-winning actor Neil Patrick Harris has been named the recipient of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals' 2014 Man of the Year award.
The University curtailed its operations early Thursday afternoon, shuttering offices and asking non-essential employees to stay home from work Friday, as the first major snowstorm of the year struck New England and blanketed Harvard Yard.
Shake Shack, Harvard Square's newest burger destination, remains open for its first full day of business Thursday despite a major winter storm impacting New England.