Ex-HUFPI President Denies Financial Misconduct, But Club Says More Than Half of Funds Still Missing
Former President of the Harvard Undergraduate Foreign Policy Initiative Sama E.N. Kubba ’24 denied recent reporting of financial misconduct in a statement on her personal website Wednesday — though the club says they are still awaiting the return of more than half of the approximately $30,000 she transferred to her personal account.
‘Just Unconditional Happiness’: Annual Harvard College Housing Day Festivities Consume Campus
Freshmen woke up early Thursday morning to the sound of rowdy upperclassmen as they marched into Harvard Yard, waving signs and singing chants in celebration of Housing Day — an annual tradition where groups of freshmen are randomly assigned into one of the College’s 12 undergraduate houses.
Harvard College Dining Revamp, New Food Options Draw Measured Praise from Students
On Feb. 15, Harvard University Dining Services debuted a revamped menu and a slew of other changes to undergraduate meal offerings, including a more diverse variety of food options, themed brunches, and customizable, deconstructed dinners.
‘Still Unresolved’: Harvard Student Group Missing Approximately $30,000 After Leadership Dispute
The former president of the Harvard Undergraduate Foreign Policy Initiative, just weeks after the conclusion of her term, transferred approximately $30,000 from the organization’s bank account to her own. In the months since the Jan. 1 transfer, HUFPI has tried — and failed — to recover all the funds from its former president, Sama E.N. Kubba ’24.
Shriya Yarlagadda Jeopardy
Harvard sophomore Shriya S. Yarlagadda ’25 made her second Jeopardy! Thursday on the show's High School Reunion Tournament.
Harvard Sophomore Shriya Yarlagadda ’25 Returns to ‘Jeopardy!’
Harvard sophomore Shriya S. Yarlagadda ’25 returned to “Jeopardy!” Thursday evening for the show’s High School Reunion Tournament, scoring $21,601 and falling just $1,622 short of advancing to the next round.
Gun Violence Vigil
Elyse G. Martin-Smith '25, who performed an original song at the vigil, holds a candle that could not be lit due to the wet and windy conditions.
Harvard Students Mourn Lives Lost to Mass Shootings at Thursday Evening Vigil
More than 20 Harvard students gathered on the steps of Memorial Church Thursday evening to mourn lives lost to gun violence this year, including three college students recently killed in a Feb. 13 shooting at Michigan State University.
As Harvard Schools Pull Out of Rankings, Khurana Affirms Importance of Transparency for Application Process
Following recent decisions by two Harvard schools to pull out of the U.S. News and World Report’s annual rankings, Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana emphasized the importance of providing adequate information about the College to prospective applicants.
Current and Shah Pledge to Return to Legislative Structure, Emphasize Mental Health
Bobby F. Current ’24 and Rohan C. Shah ’24 see themselves as a big tent ticket with the ambition to bring lasting structural change to the young Harvard Undergraduate Association.
Renewed Restrictions on Harvard Branding Guidelines to Affect Some Prominent Clubs
A renewed effort by the Harvard College Dean of Students Office to restrict the use of Harvard branding by student organizations could alter the branding of multiple student groups.
Students Hibernate as Record-Breaking Cold Snap Chills Boston
Harvard students and infrastructure were rocked by gusting winds and sub-zero temperatures this weekend as an arctic blast affected the Boston area Friday and Saturday, breaking records for the region.
Harvard Dining to Offer Expanded Meal Options in Spring Semester in Response to Survey
Harvard University Dining Services announced on Tuesday that it will roll out an array of updates to meal offerings for the spring semester, including new lunch options and international-themed brunches and dinners.
Family Appeals Dismissal in Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over 2015 Harvard Student Suicide
The family of Luke Z. Tang ’18, a Harvard undergraduate who died by suicide in 2015, has appealed the December dismissal of a wrongful death lawsuit which alleges the University and two residential deans were negligent in their care of Tang.
Judge Dismisses Claims Against Harvard in Wrongful Death Lawsuit Over 2015 Student Suicide
A Middlesex County Superior Court judge last month dismissed claims against Harvard and two residential deans in a wrongful death lawsuit which alleges the defendants were negligent in the care of Luke Z. Tang ’18, an undergraduate who died by suicide in 2015.
Harvard Kennedy School Student Mateo Gomez Remembered as ‘Caring, Calm, and Selfless’
Tom Hanks Named Harvard 2023 Commencement Speaker
Yoshito Kishi, Organic Chemist Who Climbed ‘Mount Everest’ of Synthesis, Dies at 85
Harvard Women’s Ice Hockey to Undergo External Investigation Amid Allegations Against Coach
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions