63 groups of students applied to form new clubs, commencing the first cycle where the power to approve new organizations will principally rest in the hands of students.
In recent weeks, Leverett, Lowell, and Pforzheimer Houses have each hosted their own parties, open to all undergraduates and free of charge.
The College hopes to name a new associate dean of students by the spring and fill a final vacancy in the senior ranks of the Office of Student Life.
Several members of the Undergraduate Council contended that Sachee's views did not reflect those of the entire UC.
The College Events Board discontinued its sponsorship of a campus-wide “Haunted Hall” Halloween party this year, returning the tradition to its status as a freshman-only social gathering.
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Planning for the College’s newest pre-orientation program targeted at students from first generation, low-income, and under resourced high schools marches forward as the program irons out logistics and solicits student input.
Lizabeth A. Cohen, dean of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, announced Tuesday that she will step down in June 2018 after seven years in the post.
Set to open in September 2018, the renovated Smith Campus Center will feature a bar for Harvard affiliates on the building’s top floor, along with several new common spaces.
After a two rounds of voting, the class of 2018 has elected eight senior class marshals. The group will join six appointed gift marshals to lead the Senior Class Committee.
Although the new wall is located near the Quad and away from the center of campus, students say attendance numbers in the gym have increased since its relocation.
Thirty-six members of the Class of 2018 declared their candidacy for senior class marshal, the Harvard Alumni Association announced on Tuesday.
Being on probation removes a group’s eligibility to apply for grant funding from the UC and prevents club members from reserving on-campus spaces.
Tim Devin is a technology librarian at the Somerville Public Library. He recently published a book that forms the basis for his walking tour: "Mapping Out Utopia: 1970s Boston-area Counterculture."