Hear from seven members of the Class of 2016 who are married or engaged to be married soon.
The discussions—which will likely include focus groups, town hall meetings, a working group, and an online forum—come as a response to the emailed death threat sent to Harvard affiliates last month.
Surveyors are actively evaluating three houses to determine which one will follow Winthrop House in undergoing a complete renovation, likely to begin in 2017.
Currier House Dean Laura K. Johnson will leave her position at the end of the semester, Currier House Masters Richard Wrangham and Elizabeth Ross wrote to the House community Monday evening.
Following its annual anti-hazing poster campaign, the Office of Student Life plans to organize a student working group to further investigate the issue of hazing on campus.
The StandStand, as Leafgren calls the wooden structure, is a portable set of three interlocking panels, easy to assemble and disassemble.
The space, which will be open 24 hours a day, is the first of its kind in the Yard.
While the eight class marshals elected to represent the Class of 2015 hail from seven different Houses, more than half study Economics, and only two are female.
As scaffolding rises over Dunster’s iconic tower, members of the Dunster House community praised the renovated Inn at Harvard.
The building is the largest completed renovation to date in the College’s more than $1 billion House Renewal project.
Harvard’s teaching fellows want a universal section cap, but administrators say the goal is neither needed nor practicable.
The 1988-1989 school year was marked by a series of controversies over queer issues, which ranged from an alleged assault of a gay student to a renewed debate over ROTC on campus.
As the next step in combating sexual violence, members of the Harvard community are taking a closer look at campus culture.
Renovations on the cupola of Cabot House’s Briggs Hall have prompted the creation of a time capsule, which current students will fill with reflections on their college experiences and letters to future generations of Cabot residents.
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