On Wednesday night, around 100 students spent part of the evening folding paper cranes in Winthrop Common Room. The cranes, totalling 285 so far, were made to remember last week’s bombing and subsequent manhunt that claimed four lives and injured hundreds.
While the Harvard community struggled to comprehend the news of deadly explosions at the Boston Marathon, several dozen students gathered at Harvard Hillel Monday to commemorate Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s day of remembrance for fallen soldiers and victims of terrorism.
On March 9, The Boston Globe reported that Harvard administrators had secretly searched the email accounts of 16 resident deans. But what if they had searched other faculty email? Here is what they might have found.
Overwhelmed? Stressed? Feeling like you struggle to keep up, while everyone around you has it together? It turns out you're not alone. This March, Harvard's Student Mental Health Liaisons (SMHL) are creating a website entitled Harvard Speaks Up, for which they've just released an announcement video. Harvard SMHL plans to feature videos of students, faculty, and staff, sharing their personal stories of struggling with mental health, in order to provide a supportive, open community.