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Srivastava, who served on the student advisory committee to the presidential search, declined to share the committee’s recommendations with the UC.
Twenty-one years after the first woman assumed the UC presidency, many current representatives say the UC continues to grapple with issues of gender equality.
The UC also announced that it was overwhelmed with funding requests this week and was forced to make unusually high across-the-board cuts to its grants.
Members of the UC say the new anonymous voting system means they can more freely vote their conscience, even if it may lead to less transparency.
The Undergraduate Council will conduct a survey to gather student input on current mental health resources and inclusion on campus.
Ruiqi He ’19 won re-election to the Undergraduate Council after a revote Friday in Leverett House.
Nine students were elected to the UC after this week's midterm election, though a re-vote will be held in Leverett House.
Four Houses will have uncontested elections, while competitive races will take place in Cabot, Currier, Mather, Pforzheimer, and Quincy Houses.
Over 70 students gathered in Fong Auditorium to discuss their vision for a multicultural center on campus at a Friday town hall.
Datamatch will include three gender categories this year after facing criticism from students about its lack of a non-binary gender option in 2017.
After voting issues plagued the Undergraduate Council’s most recent presidential election, the UC will roll out new election software beginning this week.
UC President Catherine L. Zhang ’19 said she has already begun working with administrators on laying the groundwork for a future multicultural center.
Zhang and Boucher pointed to gender-neutral bathrooms, mental health initiatives, and sexual assault prevention as important issues to address in the new year.
Several property owners contend that a letter falsely touted their support for Dhanda’s attempt to prevent the opening of a local medical marijuana dispensary.
Pot shops may come to Harvard Square, but Harvard students may be limited in their ability to frequent them.