The decision to change the title reflected widespread confusion about the previous title, according to according to Dean of Students Katherine G. O’Dair.
“We are committed to transparency, our efforts are going to be geared toward clarity of the policy,” O’Dair said. “We want to reduce student anxiety.”
The 135th meeting of the Harvard Crimson and the Yale Bulldogs will be played at Boston’s Fenway Park instead of the Harvard Stadium.
The Committee on Student Life approved 42 new student organizations at its monthly meeting Thursday.
Harvard freshmen will now be able to stay overnight for The Game under new “sister” relationships between Harvard and Yale.
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.
“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."
21 percent of respondents ranked an outright ban on social groups as their top option. An additional 19 percent supported the original May 2016 sanctions as their first choice.
At this year's playing of The Game, tailgates sponsored by both schools will be shortened to two hours and more stringently restrict students’ access to alcohol.
The Ad Board also placed 22 total students on probation in 2016–2017—13 of them for social behavior including drugs, alcohol, and sexual activity.
UC President Yasmin Z. Sachee ’18 and UC Vice President Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18, who oppose certain social group penalties, sent the survey to all students.
Come November, the fences behind Grays Hall will be taken down to reveal two newly renovated spaces for College diversity offices.
Quincy House students and staff have celebrated students' decision to designate all hallway bathrooms on their floor as gender-neutral.
63 groups of students applied to form new clubs, commencing the first cycle where the power to approve new organizations will principally rest in the hands of students.
In recent weeks, Leverett, Lowell, and Pforzheimer Houses have each hosted their own parties, open to all undergraduates and free of charge.