Faculty and administration alike agreed on the need to reform and increase graduate student financial support at a meeting yesterday.
A2/B48/DR1101/A26/B35/DR0406. For Alan J. Kuo '85, a Dunster House alumnus suffering from chronic myelogeneous leukemia, this string of letters and
For three long, nerve-racking hours, these folks are in charge of our lives. They decide everything from where we sit
In the fall, the College will provide early housing to two representatives from every student organization and to entire student
Ted A. Mayer, the incoming director of Harvard Dining Services (HDS), spoke to the Undergraduate Council about HDS reforms last
During their first year of college students face new challenges: lectures replace classes, professors replace teachers and a dormitory replaces
After extensive debate, the Undergraduate Council voted last night to support a "Day of Awareness of Diversity" on April 21.
In appreciation of the improvements that Harvard's support staff brings to student life, the Undergraduate Council voted unanimously last night
Last fall, Jose M. Padilla '97 found a swastika drawn on his door. Last month, Steven J. Mitby '99 received
Three members of the Harvard-Radcliffe Undergraduate Council met with representatives from the seven other Ivy League student governments at the
Unable to satisfy the wishes of a large majority of students, the Undergraduate Council voted last night to have God
The Undergraduate Council debated topics ranging from student fitness to student self-identity last night. In a heated discussion, the Council
The Undergraduate Council agreed last night to spend up to $9,000 to bring a band to campus for Springfest. The
Plans for a semi-formal dance for sophomores and juniors to be held on March 14 were approved by the Undergraduate
After four years at a small, private boarding school, Jay T. Mok '99 was ready for a change. "I thought