Here from six members of the Class of 2017 who are married or engaged to be married soon.
The student unionization effort, which follows similar movements at peer schools and went public last spring, is gaining steam, recruiting and soliciting signatures from potential members.
Using pledge cards to gather supporters, the movement organizers are bringing in hundreds of GSAS students each week, according to John M. Nicoludis, a Chemistry graduate student.
Some graduate students voiced concerns about a lack of information surrounding the unionization effort on Wednesday at an unusually crowded Graduate Student Council meeting.
The website, harvardgradunion.org, appears to be part of a greater attempt to recruit new members to the effort.
The union of Harvard graduate students must expand its membership to include a simple majority of Graduate School of Arts and Sciences students as part of the legal requirements to form a union.
In the last 15 years, recipients for the Certificate of Distinction for TFs, TAs, and CAs has increased dramatically, from 350 in the spring of 1999 to 513 in the spring of 2015.
Leaders of a group of Harvard graduate students seeking to unionize made a pitch for new members at the fall's first Graduate Student Council meeting.
Newly elected members of the Graduate Student Council declared Wednesday night their support for an effort by graduate students to unionize.
Graduate students involved in the unionization effort said the movement is still in its early stages but counts members from all three divisions of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
A ruling in favor of unionization rights for graduate students at Columbia might prompt interest in a similar movement at Harvard.
Halal chicken will eventually serve as the only halal meat at the grill, once supplies for halal hamburgers and hotdogs run out.
At a meeting of the Graduate Student Council on Wednesday, students of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences lamented an unusually high level of uncertainty in their teaching plans for sections as a result of two consecutive snow days this week.
Members of the Harvard Teaching Campaign are hopeful that last semester’s string of departmental endorsements for smaller section size will result in a new policy this semester.