In an email to House residents last week, Leverett students were told they could no longer pull all-nighters — at least in their dining hall.
Brazilian artist Oscar Araripe discussed his bright and colorful collection of paintings “Flowers for Harvard” — on display in Leverett House this week — Thursday night at Leverett Library Theater.
Amid rising concerns over the lack of separate changing rooms for workers of all genders, dining hall employees in Leverett House are calling for a meeting with management to address issues of “safety, dignity, and respect."
Leverett House staff and the Dean of Students Office are currently investigating “deeply disturbing and offensive images” drawn on a House public whiteboard.
“We're excited to share our passions and we look forward to working closely with the students, tutors and staff,” Farrell and Ferreras wrote.
Orientation is an experience typically reserved for freshmen, but an increasing number of upperclassman Houses are welcoming back sophomores early for their own version of the transition process.
The figure puts Harvard a little more than halfway towards its $450 million fundraising goal for the project, one of the key priorities of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences’ ongoing $2.5 billion capital campaign.
As administrators polish their remaining Harvard-wide fundraising priorities in a record-breaking $6.5 billion capital campaign, they have turned to Dunster House as a platform and venue for pitching the House renewal project, a priority that still needs fulfilling.
Michael C. Kennedy-Yoon ‘17 swoons while serenading Matthew B. Deutsch ‘18 with a rendition of The Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back” during a Wednesday night rehearsal of “Macbeth, King of Pop.” The musical is produced by members of the student comedy organization Satire V and opens on Friday, April 1.