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Brian P. Yu

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The candidates
College

How Did the UC Candidates Spend Their Money?

Four tickets vying to serve as next year’s Undergraduate Council president and vice president spent a total of $649.52 over the course of the UC’s 10-day campaign.

Hand on the Book
Undergraduate Council

Sachee and Khansarinia Sworn In as UC Leaders

Yasmin Z. Sachee ’18 and Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18, who won last month’s Undergraduate Council presidential election, were sworn in as next year’s President and Vice President of the UC during Sunday’s general meeting.

Adjourning
College

Q Guide Will Likely Ask About Affordability of Course Materials

Beginning next semester, the Q guide will likely contain a question about the affordability of course materials—part of an ongoing effort by the committee to address the high course material costs on campus.

Student Votes on Social Organizations Referenda
College

Majority of Student Voters Oppose College Sanctions in UC Ballot

Sixty percent of undergraduates who voted in this year’s UC presidential election said the College should repeal sanctions on unrecognized single-gender social organizations

UC 2016 Winners
College

Next UC Leaders Sachee and Khansarinia Outline Goals

A "multicultural cabinet," caucuses for underrepresented groups, and mandating annual sexual assault prevention training workshops are among the among the main goals of the Undergraduate Council's President- and Vice President-elect.

Crimson Crossfire Undergraduate Council Debate
College

Data Project Predicts Sachee and Khansarinia as UC Victors

​A Harvard Open Data Project analysis predicts that Undergraduate Council presidential candidate Yasmin Z. Sachee ’18 and running mate Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18 will likely be the winners of the UC presidential election tonight.

UC Executive Meeting
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‘Allegations of Campaign Violations’ Delay UC Election Results

Due to allegations that Undergraduate Council presidential candidates or campaign staff violated campaign rules, the UC executive board voted in an “urgent” meeting Thursday night to grant the UC Election Commission extra time to certify the results of the UC’s presidential election.

UC 2016 Winners
Undergraduate Council

Sachee and Khansarinia Win UC Presidential Election

Yasmin Z. Sachee ’18 and Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18 will be the next Undergraduate Council President and Vice President.

Crimson Crossfire Debate
College

In Final Hours of UC Campaign, Candidates Seek to Extend Reach

With less than a day left for students to vote in the Undergraduate Council election, presidential and vice presidential hopefuls have taken to social media and door-to-door campaigning to promote their candidacies.

College

UC Passes New Sexual Assault Prevention Measure

​Student groups receiving funding from the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations’ Student Advisory Committee will be eligible for increased funding if their board members undergo sexual assault prevention training.

College

UC Presidential Campaign Kicks Off

The campaign for the presidency and vice presidency of the Harvard Undergraduate Council begins Wednesday, with four tickets vying for a chance to serve as the leaders of next year’s undergraduate governing body.

College

UC Finance Committee Ties Funding to Inclusive Comps

A new UC Finance Committee policy stipulates that groups with comp processes that fail to meet a “comping inclusivity standard” may be ineligible for UC funding.

College

UC Votes to Put Single-Gender Social Organization Proposition on Ballot

In a narrow vote, UC representatives approved adding a ballot question on whether they believe final clubs and Greek organizations should go gender-neutral.

University Budgets 2016
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University Budgets 2016

Undergraduate Council Debates HUDS Support
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UC Leaders Support Social Organization Sanctions at Faculty Meeting

Harvard Undergraduate Council President Shaiba Rather ’17 and Vice President Daniel V. Banks ’17 voiced support for the College’s historic sanctions on members of single-gender social organizations at Tuesday’s meeting of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.