The Undergraduate Council voted to fund menstrual hygiene products in some upperclassmen Houses in fall 2017 at their last general meeting of the semester.
In seeking to combat redundant clubs, the OSL faces a sprawling ecosystem of more than 400 student groups on campus,
Harvard University IDs will double as MBTA CharlieCards for the incoming Class of 2021 in a pilot program, the Undergraduate Council announced at their general meeting on Sunday.
The Undergraduate Council unanimously passed legislation formally establishing of caucuses Sunday.
The Undergraduate Council's Rules Committee will only recommend new student groups for approval if they are not too similar to existing ones as part of a College-wide charge to limit redundancies in student organizations.
To ease stress of impending final papers and exams, Harvard College freshmen can now enjoy a petting zoo, massages, and free yoga classes as part of the Undergraduate Council’s “We Care Week” for the Class of 2020.
While the Undergraduate Council expected the Office of Student Life to foot the bill for pre-Yardfest tailgates, the body voted to chip in $3000 to help.
New student groups will not be fully recognized by the College for at least one year after their founding, and will have to meet with campus “experts” during that trial.
Undergraduate Council representatives are making a more concerted attempt to hold office hours this semester in an effort to better comply with the body's own requirements.
The UC signed a letter of support for a summer bridge program at its general meeting, but only after members debated specifics of the letter’s language.
The leaders of the Undergraduate Council have announced plans to fund additional programming for freshmen during Opening Days.
The Undergraduate Council voted Sunday to provide funds to subsidize peer counseling groups’ meals during Opening Days this year.
Khurana fielded criticism and questions from students disappointed by his recent decision to reject a proposed summer program for low-income students.
Harvard College’s Office of Student Life examined student organizations’ activity last semester ahead of the Office’s plan to audit student groups every five years, according to Assistant Dean of Student Life Alexander R. Miller.
The Undergraduate Council granted itself the authority to recommend creation of new student organizations after it amended the body’s governing documents.