Harvard Undergraduate Association

HUA Problem Solving Team Has Yet to Convene After 2 Weeks

Two weeks after the Harvard Undergraduate Association began the process of forming a problem solving team and indefinitely postponed all student referenda — including the College-wide referendum on divestment from Israel — the team still has not set a time for its first meeting.

Cooke and Hirabayashi Failed To Meet Campaign Promises. To Students, It Reflects Broader Issues.

Former Harvard Undergraduate Association Co-Presidents John S. Cooke ’25 and Shikoh M. Hirabayashi ’24 ended their 14-month term last week. But many undergraduate students and some former HUA members said Cooke and Hirabayashi accomplished quite little.

At Final Meeting, HUA Co-President Shikoh Hirabayashi Stays Silent About Cooke’s Recall

During the last meeting of his term on Monday, outgoing Harvard Undergraduate Association Co-President Shikoh M. Hirabayashi ’24 thanked everyone who had worked closely with him over the past year to lead the College’s student government.

Harvard Undergraduate Association Indefinitely Postpones Student Referendum on Israel Divestment

A referendum on whether Harvard should divest from institutions supporting “Israel’s occupation of Palestine” was postponed indefinitely after two Harvard Undergraduate Association officers invoked an obscure procedural motion to delay the vote.

On Eve of Recall Vote, Embattled HUA Co-President Breaks Silence

Hours before students will vote in an referendum to recall embattled Harvard Undergraduate Association Co-President John S. Cooke ’25, Cooke rejected the misconduct allegations against him in his first public statement in two weeks.

Amid Turmoil, Dean of Students Dunne Rebuffs Calls to Abolish HUA

Harvard College Dean of Students Thomas Dunne said he would not endorse abolishing the Harvard Undergraduate Association or its co-presidency in a Wednesday interview with The Crimson, calling student governance “really important.”

Voting on Effort To Recall John Cooke ’25 Will Begin Thursday

The HUA Election Commission announced Tuesday afternoon that a recall election to remove outgoing HUA Co-President John S. Cooke ’25 will begin at midnight on Thursday.

Adirika, Haileselassie Elected Harvard Undergraduate Association Co-Presidents

Ashley C. Adirika ’26 and Jonathan Haileselassie ’26 will serve as the next co-presidents of the Harvard Undergraduate Association, the HUA Election Commission announced in a Sunday afternoon email obtained by The Crimson.

8 Candidate Pairs Campaign to Lead the Harvard Undergraduate Association Amid Controversy

Eight pairs of candidates are vying to become the Harvard Undergraduate Association’s next co-presidents, the HUA Election Commission announced Monday.

Shikoh Hirabayashi Breaks Silence at HUA Meeting as Co-President John Cooke Remains Absent

Harvard Undergraduate Association Co-President John S. Cooke ’25 was conspicuously absent from the HUA’s general meeting on Monday, leaving Shikoh M. Hirabayashi ’24 — the other co-president — to break the group’s silence since Cooke’s expulsion from the Fox Club last week over misconduct allegations.

Effort to Recall HUA Co-President John Cooke Set for General Vote After Petition Campaign Succeeds

The effort to oust Harvard Undergraduate Association Co-President John S. Cooke ’25 from office will head to a student-wide recall election after a petition campaign launched Saturday evening garnered enough signatures to trigger a vote.

Students Launch Petition for Vote to Recall HUA Co-President John Cooke

Harvard Undergraduate Association Co-President John S. Cooke ’25 is facing a petition campaign for a vote to remove him from office, just three days after the Fox Club expelled him as a member.

HUA Officers Discussed Cooke’s Resignation in Meetings with Harvard DSO

Harvard Undergraduate Association executive officers discussed the possibility of Co-President John Cooke resigning during a meeting Wednesday night following his expulsion from the Fox Club over misconduct allegations.

Harvard Undergraduate Association Launches AI Survey, Talks Upcoming Elections

The Harvard Undergraduate Association passed proposals ranging from surveying undergraduates on artificial intelligence to funding a Queer Students Association prom on Monday evening at its second meeting back from spring break.

HUA Members Praise Faculty Vote to Reject Earlier Course Add Deadline

Members of the Harvard Undergraduate Association praised the Faculty of Arts and Sciences for voting on Tuesday to reject a proposal moving up the deadline for adding classes to the third Monday of the semester.

Harvard Undergraduate Association Proposes Academic Freedom Petition to Student Body

The Harvard Undergraduate Association proposed an academic freedom petition and two wellness initiatives at their general meeting Monday evening.

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