Noah J. Delwiche
One hundred and five undergraduates have declared candidacies for 44 open spots on the Undergraduate Council, marking a nearly 20 percent increase from the number of candidates in last year’s elections .
Six students will be returning to their rooms in Dunster’s swing housing on Prescott Street Thursday after large amounts of toilet water spilled out onto their bathroom floor just four days earlier, forcing them to relocate to other Harvard housing.
Undergraduate Council President Gus A. Mayopoulos '15 said it is unlikely that the body will secure more funding during his term.
Starting this fall, shuttle service will include a 5:15 a.m. trip and increased service during move-in week and senior week.
When the Harvard Union for Clerical and Technical Workers won recognition in 1988 after 17 years of efforts, many were uncertain about what relationship the University would have with the new union.
With folksy emails and an open door policy, Donald H. Pfister restored trust in a College community rife with controversy and set the stage for its next permanent chapter.
As the next step in combating sexual violence, members of the Harvard community are taking a closer look at campus culture.
Sheryl K. Sandberg ’91 called upon the College's Class of 2014 to be open to criticism and “see the truth and speak the truth” about discrimination in society today.
Responding to what Undergraduate Council President Gus A. Mayopoulos ’15 described as possibly “the dumbest decision” he has seen administrators make this year, undergraduates expressed outrage Friday about a recent announcement that the Q Guide will no longer display course difficulty ratings.
Reflecting on Semester, UC Leaders Acknowledge Better Relationship with Students Has Not Always Meant Results
UC leaders reflected optimistically on the role the Council has played in advocating student concerns this semester, even as they conceded that much of what they have been seeking has yet to come to fruition.
Across campus, members of the Harvard and greater Boston community gathered to protest the planned reenactment of the Satanic black mass.
The Undergraduate Council met for the last time this semester on Sunday.
University Title IX coordinator Mia Karvonides enumerated the ways in which Title IX regulations provide a “toolkit” for addressing sexual violence policy in K-12 education.
The Council must vote on legislation to take an official stance on the subject since voter participation was well below 50 percent of the total number of undergraduates.
With a new project called the Summer Playbook, Luke R. Heine '17 is hoping to make it all the easier to turn up with Harvard friends you might have never met.