The Undergraduate Council has passed a new constitution and bylaws by a phone poll, but some first year council members
The Undergraduate Council will vote today and tomorrow on a new constitution and bylaws suggested by the council's reevaluation committee.
After four hours of heated debate and parliamentary maneuvering, the Undergraduate Council was ejected yesterday from Sever Hall by Harvard
President Neil L. Rudenstine told the Undergraduate Council yesterday that Gen. Colin L. Powell was chosen to address this year's
Dean of the College L. Fred Jewett '57 said he welcomed a close relationship with the Undergraduate Council in a
Approximately 10 female Undergraduate Council members met Wednesday night to discuss the role of women on the male dominated council.
The Undergraduate Council last night approved a spring grants package of more than $30,000 and, after contentious debate, allotted funds
The Undergraduate Council approved plans last night to install cable television in the Harvard Union and to seek bike paths
The Undergraduate Council voted last night to spend $1,000 on an energy study measuring the efficiency of the University's lighting
The Undergraduate Council defeated three resolutions to grant money for special student projects during a short meeting last night. The
The Undergraduate Council voted last night with virtually no debate to institute internal election reforms to take effect next fall.
The Undergraduate Council elected Michael P. Beys '94 as its new chair last night, ending one of the most heated
Undergraduate Council members Michael P. Beys '94, Vice Chair Steven N. Kalkanis '93, and Rico Reyes '93--all of whom have
Undergraduate Council Chair Malcolm A. Heinicke '93 announced yesterday that he will not seek re-election, throwing the race for chair
After heated debate, the Undergraduate Council agreed last night to triple match funding given for improvements in the houses and