Although a push for gender-neutral housing is not a recent development, there is still a long way to go.
We believe the Zhang-Boucher ticket brings the experience, accountability, and transparency necessary to best serve and represent the undergraduate community.
Students must think critically in contemplating the merits of the four referenda that received the necessary 650 signatures to be voted on.
We appreciate the decision to finally put the motion to a vote.
We believe that the money can be used for greater good at institutions of higher learning, and therefore believe that their financial well-being should be prioritized over that of corporations, at least in this situation.
As a leader in higher education, Harvard should take further steps to create opportunities in other fields that are available to students.
Harvard ought to take the high road and drop its appeal to the National Labor Relations Board.
No longer must we suffer the indignity of opening both our laptop case and every single pocket on our backpack—even the small one where we keep our gum or phone charger.
The Undergraduate Council referenda system provides a prominent platform to discuss important issues and creates a framework in which students can feel as though their voices are being heard.
We eagerly hope the Undergraduate Council has a substantive, didactic, and constructive campaign season this year.
We encourage the Undergraduate Council to consider the statistical consequences of their methodology as they evaluate the results.
In light of the current strategic importance of SEAS’s position, we believe that the next president should concentrate on sustaining SEAS’s growth.
Should Amazon decide to come here, it would greatly benefit from the area’s intellectual resources, culture, and diversity.
As a symbol of leftist politics, Bernie Sanders’s presence in this local election is detrimental to the nonpartisanship that makes local government work.
The striking gender gap in Harvard’s Mathematics Department is not surprising for those who concentrate in this field—and especially not for non-male students.