In their first official meeting at the helm of the Undergraduate Council, UC President Catherine L. Zhang ’19 and UC Vice President Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 introduced a piece of legislation that brings together student groups to throw a social event.
Looking back at their year-long term as leaders of the Undergraduate Council, which will formally end on Sunday, Sachee and Khansarinia say they think they executed key campaign initiatives.
UC President-elect Catherine L. Zhang ’19 and Vice President-elect Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 said they are ready to begin working on their 39 campaign proposals.
Catherine L. Zhang ’19 and Nicholas D. Boucher ’19 will lead the Undergraduate Council next year after winning 55 percent of first-choice votes.
After some students found difficulty voting through the Undergraduate Council’s online portal in this year’s presidential election, students were given the opportunity to email their votes.
The Undergraduate Council voted to recommend 43 new student groups for College recognition Tuesday—but some representatives said they were concerned by the voting process.
The three tickets differed only on their stances on sanctions against Harvard's unrecognized social organizations and whether or not Harvard should drop its appeal to the NLRB.
“What we’ll be doing now is allowing an appeal process to student groups that have been, as of now, deemed not to be allowed to grow."
A referendum seeking to make mumps the official disease of Harvard did not get enough signatures to appear on next week’s ballot.
The Undergraduate Council voted Sunday to allocate $1,000 from its First-Year Class Committee budget to provide “Gender 101” training sessions in freshmen entryways.
The Undergraduate Council passed legislation urging University President Drew G. Faust to drop Harvard’s appeal to the federal National Labor Relations Board that argues the 2016 unionization election, in which students voted against unionization, is valid.
Three tickets will run for Undergraduate Council President and Vice President in the Council’s upcoming presidential election.
The president and vice-president of the Undergraduate Council discussed the search for Harvard’s next president with search committee member Shirley M. Tilghman.
Students must have 650 signatures on an initial interest form by midnight on Nov. 5 in order for their questions to appear on the ballot.
The Undergraduate Council will no longer be able to overturn binding referenda, following changes to the body’s governing documents made during the Council’s general meeting on Sunday night.