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Indigo Peer Counseling
Student Life

Indigo Peer Counseling Reopens Doors

Launched in spring 2016, Indigo specializes in counseling on issues related to race, class, and first generation status.

Reinstament
Federal State Relations

Faust Opposes Military Transgender Ban in Letter to Mattis

University President Drew G. Faust wrote a letter to Secretary of Defense James N. Mattis last week urging him to allow transgender individuals to serve in the military.

UHS
College

HUHS to Offer Remote Counseling Services Through iHope

Harvard University Health Services may refer students to remote counseling through a partnership with telemedicine company iHope Network.

Winthrop's Renovations
House Life

Winthrop Fixes Swipe Restrictions for Non-Residents

After Winthrop reopened for the school year, some non-residents found themselves unable to swipe into certain areas of the building where students live.

Student Life

New Fitness Group Offers Discounted Classes

In addition to on-campus gymnasiums like Hemenway and the Malkin Athletic Center, Harvard students now have the option to join peers in regular outings to luxury fitness studios around Cambridge.

Currier House
College

Isolated Cases of Hand, Foot, and Mouth Disease Confirmed on Campus

The viral illness, usually contracted by infants and young children, can result in mouth sores and skin rashes.

Lowell Construction
College

Peer Counseling Groups Relocate During Lowell Construction

Renovations in Lowell House have forced two peer counseling groups, ECHO and Response, to seek new spaces on campus for the next two years.

Vigil for Houston
Student Life

As Harvey Hits Texas, Harvard Students Fundraise, Recover

“Once the news stops covering it, people forget about it. But it’s not over,” one Texan student said of the hurricane.

SEAS Fair
Student Life

Engineering Harvard

The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences may be creating an entirely new kind of Harvard student—one more focused on problem sets than parties and extracurriculars.

Falling Money
University Finances

After the Capital Campaign

Though Harvard's capital campaign is scheduled to end next year, some say the money will not—and cannot—stop pouring in.

Rudenstine Pop Art
University News

A Mild-Mannered Man: President Rudenstine’s First Year

​“He’s in the crowd, but you can’t pick him out,” a 1991 article said of Harvard’s newly-elected President Neil L. Rudenstine. “He doesn’t look like a Harvard president.”

Student Groups

Student Liaisons Host First-Ever Mental Health Week

In the midst of a hectic reading period, students took a break from cramming for finals by attending mental health-themed events as part of Mental Health Week.

Indigo Peer Counseling
College

Indigo Peer Counseling To Return in Fall 2017

After not offering counseling services for a year, Indigo Peer Counseling announced that it will once again provide counseling in the fall 2017 semester.

Tiësto at Yardfest
College

Tiësto Draws Hundreds to Yardfest Amid Rain and Mud

Some students unfamiliar with Tiësto before the concert still screamed every time the bass dropped or a blast of smoke blew across the stage.

Mather House
College

Tuberculosis Suspect Case Released, No Other Cases Found

A Mather House resident suspected of having tuberculosis has been released from self-isolation after two weeks.