The Undergraduate Council passed legislation to allocate $1,000 for tampons and other feminine hygiene products in freshman dorms.
Twenty-six members of the Undergraduate Council, including UC President Yasmin Z. Sachee ’18 and UC Vice President Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18, signed a letter admonishing Datamatch’s restrictive gender choices.
Chomping on donuts and sipping hot chocolate, freshmen reveled in the snow Monday courtesy of a Undergraduate Council-sponsored snowball fight in Elm Yard.
UC representatives also discussed criticisms of the Datamatch survey, which only includes "male" and "female" gender options.
At a meeting with Undergraduate Council leaders Friday, University President Drew G. Faust said she will ask Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean Michael D. Smith to discuss the rising costs of textbooks.
Twelve students were elected to the Undergraduate Council Friday after a two-day voting period for the Council’s midterm election.
The Undergraduate Council’s Finance Committee internally debuted a system meant to streamline the Council’s grant application and approval process Wednesday.
Twenty seven students have so far declared candidacy for 12 open seats on the Undergraduate Council in its midterm election.
The Undergraduate Council passed legislation expanding the "compelling interests" of the Grant for an Open Harvard College to include “race, culture, and faith relations” and “financial accessibility.”
Sachee and Khansarinia said they plan to put forth several initiatives to connect Harvard’s marginalized groups with College administrators during their first months in office.
College administrators and undergraduates recently launched a revamped version of the smartphone application “Omni @Harvard College,” adding a schedule for food trucks and an “enhanced” shuttle tracker, among other features.
About a quarter of Intel Science Talent Search finalists from the past five years attended or are currently attending Harvard College.
First-time Harvard voters in the U.S. presidential election say this year’s controversial candidates have both motivated and dampened their enthusiasm to vote Tuesday.
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Charles T. "Chuck" Hagel lamented the current state of American presidential politics at the Kennedy School on Tuesday, chastising the GOP and its presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Sugar flowed this weekend as many Houses made candy displays and celebrated Halloween.