Senior Class Marshal election results were released early Monday morning, with Jennifer Q. Zhu ’14 and Christopher H. Cleveland ’14 named First and Second Class Marshal, respectively.
The first round of online voting for this year’s class marshals, who will represent the entire Class of 2014 and plan class-wide events throughout the academic year, began early Tuesday morning amidst enthusiastic campaigning efforts.
Nearly two feet of snow coated Harvard’s campus this weekend as winter storm “Nemo” became Boston’s fifth-largest snowstorm on record, with 24.9 inches of snow measured in the city according to official reports.
Harvard girls still looking for the perfect dress for a spring formal were in luck on Saturday.
Some of Harvard’s romantically-minded freshmen gathered together Thursday night for the College’s second annual speed dating event, “Sex, Love, & Harvard.”
Danny P. Bicknell ’13 and running mate Pratyusha Yalamanchi ’13 will lead the Undergraduate Council next year, the UC Election Commission announced Thursday evening.
Three days into the campaign for the leadership of the Undergraduate Council, presidential candidate Danny P. Bicknell ’13 and his running mate Pratyusha Yalamanchi ’13 have taken the lead in garnering the endorsements of major student groups.
The lineup of candidates vying for president and vice president of the Undergraduate Council underwent slight changes this week, as a new ticket gained approval to join the race and another team dropped out.
Candidacy declarations for the Undergraduate Council Presidential Elections closed last night, revealing that two UC insiders—Danny P. Bicknell ’13 and Crystal D. Trejo ’13—will compete for the presidency, along with outsider candidate Samuel Melton ’13.
At an unprecedented open forum Sunday night hosted by the Undergraduate Council, three top University administrators offered few concrete answers to student concerns about social spaces and other student life issues.
The UC just created an initiative called UC Restaurants which offers bimonthly deals at local restaurants exclusively to Harvard students.
The Undergraduate Council launched “H-Square.org,” a centralized website through which students may access all Harvard-related websites and web initiatives, on Tuesday morning.
The discount kicks off the Undergraduate Council’s newest initiative—UC Restaurants, a program in which the UC will partner with restaurants in the Cambridge area to provide exclusive discounts to Harvard students.
In its first meeting of the year, the Undergraduate Council voted unanimously Sunday to pass a new annual fiscal budget, which increased the amount of money allocated to the House Committees and the new Freshman Class Committee.