After Winthrop reopened for the school year, some non-residents found themselves unable to swipe into certain areas of the building where students live.
Winthrop House opened its doors Saturday following a year-long renovation that included the addition of a new hall to the upperclassman residence.
Adams construction is expected to overlap slightly with the two years of construction on Lowell House, which is set to begin in June and end in August 2019, according to FAS Dean Michael D. Smith.
Presence of asbestos in the Houses is largely not a concern to administrators, who say that it is unlikely the chemical will pose any sort of health risks to students.
Currier's Faculty Deans will now be known as the X. D. and Nancy Yang Faculty Deans of Currier House following a gift from the couple.
New architectural renderings of Lowell House released by the University on Wednesday offer a glimpse of plans for the House’s renovation.
The Cambridge Fire and Police Departments responded to a structure fire Monday morning on the Winthrop House construction site.
The "drying up of some funds" has prompted Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences to reduce the number of admissions slots for graduate students this year.
Two upperclassmen residential Houses—Dunster and Winthrop—as well as the non-residential Dudley House are searching for new resident deans this spring.
Renovations to Winthrop House—including the five-story Beren Hall addition—will be completed ahead of schedule, enabling all residents to move back to the House in August 2017.
After an alumni donation, Lowell House recently renamed its dining hall to Lee Hall. The new name is marked by a plaque above the piano near the dining hall entrance. Students had no strong reaction to the dining hall’s new name.