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Harvard’s chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity is now a new, gender-neutral group called the Aleph.
Harvard’s chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity has disaffiliated from its national organization and formed a new, co-ed social group called the KS.
Twenty-eight freshmen will live in DeWolfe—a building not typically designated for first-year housing— this academic year after an unusually large number of freshmen enrolled into the class of 2021.
The hosts of MSNBC’s talk show “Morning Joe” Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough speak with Harvard Corporation member David M. Rubenstein.
Speaking Wednesday evening in Washington, D.C., at an event organized by the Institute of Politics, Brzezinski and Scarborough told Harvard students about their collective experiences working in news media and politics.
Two years in, some are questioning the Honor Council's role—and whether it can fulfill it.
With a push for gender-netural social clubs on campus, some students and administrators are finding the shift less than simple.
Ann R. Porter, the Faculty Dean of Dunster House for the past 16 years, died peacefully Wednesday morning after her battle with breast cancer had accelerated unexpectedly.
Alicia Oeser leaves after roughly three years at the head of OSAPR. No replacement has so far been announced.
Former students and course staff said course policy was unclear about what constituted cheating, creating the potential for unintentional violations.
After three years as Director of the Institute of Politics, Maggie Williams will step down from the role and leave the IOP at the end of this semester.
Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana unveiled the next Faculty Deans for both Dunster and Mather House in an email Tuesday.
Classroom to Table, a popular program which provides students and faculty money to dine in Harvard Square, has recently run out of funds for the semester.
Loc Truong, the College’s Director of Diversity and Inclusion Programs, is stepping down from the role for a job at MIT after 13 years at Harvard.
Harvard Dorm Crew plans to shorten its work day and include extra advising sessions in its Fall Clean-Up schedule next semester.