Katharine A. Kaplan

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UHS, Bureau Will Report to Single Head

In a major organizational shakeup, the University’s two principal mental health providers will now report to a single administrator. The

Family, Friends Mourn Winthrop Junior

A day after the apparent suicide of Winthrop House student Anthony Fonseca ’04-’05, friends and family remembered him warmly as

Winthrop Junior Found Dead in Apparent Suicide

Anthony Fonseca ’04-’05 died in an apparent suicide in Winthrop House yesterday morning. Fonseca, an economics concentrator from Lawton, Okla.,

Troubled Students Feel College Nudges Them Off Campus

When around two dozen Eliot House students were facing academic problems last May, Eliot House Senior Tutor Oona Ceder ’90

Students Reach For Help in Vain

One Saturday night last spring, Ry an Wilkes ’04 showed his entryway tutor the suicide letter he had written earlier

Navigating the Caregivers

D. almost didn’t get help. It was his first year at Harvard and he couldn’t sleep well, he constantly felt

As UHS Scrimps, Student Care Suffers

Elizabeth A. Whitman ’05-’06, who suffers from an eating disorder and depression, refilled her University Health Services (UHS) Zoloft prescription

College Faces Mental Health Crisis

One Eliot House resident couldn’t finish his term papers because of depression and severe anxiety. Another missed three final exams

Group Tackles Mental Health

A committee charged with implementing recommendations to overhaul campus mental health services convened for the first time yesterday, focusing on

Masters To Review Party Hours

Harvard students’ quest to party harder—or at least later—may be one step closer to fulfillment. The Committee on House Life

Friends Remember ‘Beautiful and Vibrant’ Smith

One year after her death, friends of Marian H. Smith say that they still remember and miss her every day.

UC Blasts Ban on Fireplaces

Undergraduate Council members upset by a recent ban on fireplace use in House dorm rooms offered an alternative to the

Over 200 Students Screened For Depression This Week

Lured by a patchwork of brochures, a collection of multi-colored stress balls, and an extensive postering campaign, over 200 students

Facemash Creator Survives Ad Board

The creator of the short-lived but popular Harvard version of the Am I Hot or Not? website said he will

Group Riled by Assistant Provost’s Firing

Two months after the University Provost’s office fired its point person on mental health, members of a student group that