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H-Sites: Harvard Life and Learning

Collected by: Harvard University Archives

Archived since: Mar, 2015

Description:

As part of its mission to document Harvard University, the Harvard University Archives has collected across several centuries thousands of personal archives of individuals and records of organizations affiliated with the University, including faculty, students, and clubs. Many of these materials are now created on web sites. The purpose of H-Sites: Harvard Life and Learning is to collect and make accessible this web-based material. As it grows, the H-Sites collection will document the intellectual and social interests of a segment of the community of people who live, work, and learn at Harvard: primarily faculty and students, but also, occasionally, visiting scholars and staff. Their lives both inside and outside of classrooms and offices are an integral part of Harvard's culture and history. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990132517800203941/catalog

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Harvard University

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Title: Academic Librarians' Learning Network

URL: http://all-net.ning.com/

Description: The Academic Librarians' Learning Network originated in December 2009 on the open social networking site "ning.com." Harvard librarians founded the Network and formed its advisory board, but membership was open to all. Its goal was to bridge some of the distance among Harvard Librarians in different buildings as well as among academic librarians across the globe. Activity ended in early 2011. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Academic Librarians' Learning Network. HOLLIS catalog record: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990133402490203941/catalog

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Title: Media Re:public

URL: http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/mediarepublic/

Description: Persephone Miel (1962-2010) was a journalist who spent many years working overseas, particularly in Russia. In 2008-2009 she was a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at the Harvard Law School where she directed the Media Re:Public project. This harvest of the Media Re:public web site includes content from December 2007 through August 2009. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990133083590203941/catalog

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Title: Harvard Crimson Journalism Conference (2014-2015)

URL: http://conferences.thecrimson.com/

Description: The Harvard Crimson Journalism Conference is a one-day event for high school journalists with all levels of experience. Participants attend seminars on different aspects of journalism led by the Crimson's editors and executives, panels on how to incorporate journalism experiences into college applications, as well as attend a keynote speech by an accomplished journalist followed by a Q&A session. Faculty advisors also have a chance to tour the building and participate in a roundtable discussion. The Conference is conducted in the Spring and Fall. The week-long Crimson Summer Journalism Academy provides an opportunity for students to work with Crimson staffers on various journalism-related skills, learn about the workings of a daily newspaper, and print a paper of their own at the end of the week. The Harvard Crimson Journalism Conferences website provides information on purpose and attendee eligibility requirements for the conference, seminars, discussion groups, conference leadership, dates, and costs. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990143131960203941/catalog

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Title: Peter Suber (Harvard University, 2013-2018)

URL: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/~psuber/wiki/Peter_Suber

Description: Peter Suber is Senior Researcher at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication, and Director of the Harvard Open Access Project. Peter Suber's Harvard wiki provides information on Suber's positions and affiliations, writings, background, resources of interest, and contact methods. Most of his work is not available on this site but much is available on his Earlham College website (also collected by the Harvard University Archives). HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990133082010203941/catalog

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Title: Divest Harvard

URL: http://divestharvard.com/

Description: Divest Harvard was formed in 2012 with the mission to push Harvard University to divest its financial investments from fossil fuel companies within five years and reinvest the money into socially responsible funds. The Divest Harvard website provides information on its goals, activities, supporting parties, resources, and ways to get involved. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Divest Harvard.

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Title: Dorothy Shore Zinberg

URL: http://dorothyzinberg.com/

Description: Dorothy Shore Zinberg (1917 -2020) was an American sociologist and biochemist. A founding member of the Kennedy School’s Center for Science and International Affairs (re-endowed in 1997 as the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs), Dorothy first came to Harvard as a research assistant and then a graduate student in biochemistry in the early 1950s. She received her PhD in the social science of medicine at Harvard in 1966 and taught in Harvard’s sociology department before becoming a lecturer in public policy at the Kennedy School. Dorothy Ginsberg's website provides biographical information, editorials and blog posts written by Dr. Ginsberg, video of her speaking, and her bibliography. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the personal archive of Dorothy Shore Zinberg.

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Title: Harvard College Class of 2015

URL: http://harvard2015.com/

Description: The Harvard College Class of 2015 website served as a means for the Senior Class Committee to communicate with the Class of 2015 during and after their senior year. The website provided information on Class Day and Senior Week events as well as providing links to commencement information and a means to get an account through the website for ongoing communication with class members.

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Title: Harvard Classics Club

URL: http://harvardclassicsclub.weebly.com/

Description: The Harvard Classics Club brings together people from all disciplines who share a love for the ancient world. The club's activities include dinners, parties, and classically-inclined outings. The Classics Club website provides information on the history of the club, events, the Harvard Certamen competition, the Persephone journal, and board members.

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Title: Harvard College Opera

URL: http://harvardcollegeopera.com/

Description: The Harvard College Opera, formed in 1992 as the Dunster House Opera, seeks to introduce Harvard College to the art of opera and to provide opera performance opportunities to undergraduates. The Harvard College Opera website provides information on its history, leadership, and performances. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard College Opera.

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Title: Harvard Debate Council

URL: http://harvarddebate.org/

Description: The Harvard Debate Council, founded in 1892, is one of the oldest intercollegiate policy debate programs in the nation. The Debate Council has won the National Debate Tournament seven times since it was first held in 1947. The Harvard Debate Council website provides information on its history, its coaching staff, summer workshop, and the Harvard National High School Invitational Forensics Tournament. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Debate Council.

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Title: Harvard Grad Students Union-UAW

URL: http://harvardgradunion.org/

Description: The Harvard Grad Students Union-UAW, formed in April 2018, is a union of student workers seeking a safer and more equitable workplace. The HGSU-UAW website provides information on goals, agreements, negotiations, strikes, supporters, and membership. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Grad Students Union.

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Title: Harvard Islamic Society

URL: http://harvardislamicsociety.com/

Description: The Harvard Islamic Society of Harvard College was established in 1955 as a hub for Islamic life on campus. With the expansion of the Muslim community across Harvard’s schools, other Islamic societies populated the Harvard community. Today, HIS is primarily run by undergraduates, who work in conjunction with the graduate schools and their Islamic societies to establish a diverse and coherent Muslim community. The Islamic Society website provides information on leadership, branches, Harvard's Muslim chaplain, resources, alumni, and how to support the society. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Islamic Society.

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Title: Harvard Latino Alumni Alliance

URL: http://harvardlatino.sigs.harvard.edu/

Description: The Harvard Latino Alumni Alliance seeks to develop a national network of current and future Harvard Latino alumni, increase Latino representation throughout the University, and encourage Latino alumni involvement in University alumni activities and affairs. The Alliance website provides information on its mission, leadership, history, and activities along with news, events, and information about becoming a member. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Latino Alumni Alliance.

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Title: Harvard University Muslim Alumni

URL: http://harvardmuslimalumni.org/

Description: The Harvard University Muslim Alumni seek to connect Harvard Muslim alumni and faculty, thereby supporting Islam and Muslims at Harvard. The organization uses four channels to accomplish this: alumni networking, supporting Muslims on campus, increasing Islamic resources on campus, and increasing access to Harvard for Muslims. The Muslim Alumni website provides information on its mission, events, ways to be involved, conferences, officers, and initiatives. The site also includes newsletters from July 2011 through October 2016. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Harvard University Muslim Alumni.

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Title: Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1969 50th Reunion

URL: http://hr69.org/

Description: The Harvard-Radcliffe Class of 1969 50th Reunion website provides information on the 50th reunion of the Harvard College Class of 1969 and the Radcliffe College Class of 1969. Information on the site includes a schedule of events, Reunion Committee members, events in the Boston, New York City, and Washington D.C. areas, Harvardiana, links to associated resources, and lodging information. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard College Class of 1969 and the Radcliffe College Class of 1969.

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Subject:   Radcliffe College. Class of 1969 Harvard College (1780- ). Class of 1969

Title: Harvard-Radcliffe Asian-American Christian Fellowship

URL: http://hraacf.org/

Description: The Harvard-Radcliffe Asian-American Christian Fellowship seeks to know God and make God known as a voice of faith, particularly among the Asian and Asian-American community at Harvard. The Asian-American Christian Fellowship website provides information on events and membership and features images from events. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard-Radcliffe Asian-American Christian Fellowship.

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Title: John Langdon Sibley’s Private Journal, 1846-1882

URL: http://hul.harvard.edu/lib/archives/refshelf/Sibley.htm

Description: John Langdon Sibley, A.B. 1825, Grad. Div. S. 1828, served as Harvard's Assistant Librarian from 1825-1826 and 1841-1856, Librarian from 1856-1877, and Librarian, Emeritus from 1877-1885. A noted biographer, he is best known for his Biographical Sketches of Graduates of Harvard University. Sibley was born in Union, Maine on December 29, 1804, and died in Cambridge, Massachusetts on December 9, 1885. Sibley's personal diary spans nearly 37 years, with entries beginning on January 1, 1846 and ending on August 29, 1882. In it he recorded the details of daily life, often commenting on local and national current events, as well as Harvard affairs. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/99153771103603941/catalog

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Title: Cambridge Buildings and Architects

URL: http://hul.harvard.edu/lib/archives/refshelf/cba/

Description: A guide listing all Cambridge, Massachusetts buildings (that the compiler has been able to identify) past and present, organized by street address. Includes histories of streets and buildings. Building histories include dates, type of structure, architects of original structure and of subsequent modifications, sources of information (building permits, COPAR survey, etc.), and color photographs of selected buildings. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990088376810203941/catalog

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Title: Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (2008)

URL: http://large.stanford.edu/history/kaist/references/hpair/hpair/

Description: The Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations was founded in 1991 to create a forum of exchange for students and young professionals to discuss and learn about the most important economic, political, and social issues facing the Asia-Pacific region. The Project website provides information on conferences, the organizing committee, advisors, and its history. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations.

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Title: Peter Suber (Earlham College,2017-)

URL: http://legacy.earlham.edu/~peters/

Description: Save Peter Suber is Senior Researcher at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication, and Director of the Harvard Open Access Project. These captures of his website contain academic publications, writings on open access, writings for the net, the Open Access News blog, the SPARC Open Access Newsletter, Free Online Scholarship Newsletter, Courses at Earlham College, Nomic: A Game of Self-Amendment, and Suber's curriculum vitae. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990133082010203941/catalog

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Subject:   Open access publishing

Title: Harvard Glee Club Lite

URL: http://lite.harvardgleeclub.org/

Description: Founded in 1858, the Harvard Glee Club is among America's oldest collegiate choruses. The Harvard Glee Club Lite was founded in 1985 as the a cappella subset of the Glee Club. Its members sing a broader range of music styles while blending music and comedy. The Glee Club Lite website provides information about the group, samples of music, its repertoire, and its members. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Glee Club.

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Title: Lowell House Opera

URL: http://lowellhouseopera.com/

Description: Lowell House Opera, the oldest opera company currently performing in New England, is a professionally-led company in residence at Harvard College that casts emerging professionals alongside Harvard students, working as peers in a collaborative but rigorous environment. The Lowell House Opera website provides information on past and present productions, its mission, cast members, and the production team. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Lowell House Opera.

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Title: Occupy Harvard [website]

URL: http://occupyharvard.net/

Description: Occupy Harvard is a student movement established in the fall of 2011 when Harvard students created an encampment by erecting thirty tents in Harvard Yard. The inception of Occupy Harvard was marked by a rally, General Assembly, and march that were attended by approximately 800 Harvard students, faculty, and staff on November 9. This Occupy Harvard website, the second of two primary websites for the movement, was created November 11, 2011. It became the primary web presence of the Occupy Harvard movement. Harvests were taken at varying intervals (monthly, weekly, or daily). These harvests are very rich in content, including news, recordings and photographs of events, policy statements, links to allied organizations, and instructions on how to become involved in the movement. In late 2012, the original site briefly ceased to exist and was re-introduced with new content. The first harvest with the new content is from February 2013. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Occupy Harvard. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990132256380203941/catalog

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Subject:   Student unrest. Income distribution -- United States -- Public opinion. Occupy movement -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Protest movements -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Student movements -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Students -- Political activity -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge.

Title: Occupy Harvard tumblr

URL: http://occupyharvard.tumblr.com/

Description: Occupy Harvard is a student movement established in the fall of 2011 when Harvard students created an encampment by erecting thirty tents in Harvard Yard. The inception of Occupy Harvard was marked by a rally, General Assembly, and march that were attended by approximately 800 Harvard students, faculty, and staff on November 9. The Occupy Harvard Tumblr website was the first of two primary websites used by the group. The website provided information on the reasons for the movement as well as associated activities. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Occupy Harvard. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990132256380203941/catalog

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Subject:   Student unrest. Income distribution -- United States -- Public opinion. Occupy movement -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Protest movements -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Student movements -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Students -- Political activity -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge.

Title: Phillips Brooks House Association

URL: http://pbha.org/

Description: Phillips Brooks House Association is a student-led organization that mobilizes volunteers in collaboration with Boston and Cambridge partners to address gaps in opportunities and resources. Through this work, the Association develops student and community leadership to creatively meet critical needs and advocate for structural change. The Phillips Brooks House Association website provides information on its mission and history, leadership, staff, programs, stories, and opportunities to be involved. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Phillips Brooks House Association.

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Title: Harvard Graduate Music Forum Conference 2017 : Black Lives Matter : Music, Race, and Justice

URL: http://projects.iq.harvard.edu/gmf2017/

Description: The Black Lives Matter: Music, Race, and Justice Harvard Graduate Music Forum Conference is an interdisciplinary music conference seeking to interrogate the place of music, musicians, and sound in light of the Black Lives Matter movement and the crises to which it responds. The conference website provides information for the rationale of the conference, the conference schedule, guest speakers and discussants, a call for papers, and information for navigating Harvard. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Graduate Music Forum.

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Title: [Harvard Lampoon parody] : The Harvard Crimson

URL: http://thecrimsom.com/

Description: The Harvard Lampoon was founded in 1876 by seven Harvard undergraduate students and is considered the nation's oldest humor magazine. This website is a parody of the Harvard Crimson that mimics both the design and content of the original closely. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Lampoon.

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Title: Harvard Glee Club Tour Blog

URL: http://tour.harvardgleeclub.org/

Description: Founded in 1858, the Harvard Glee Club is among America's oldest collegiate choruses. The group, comprised of both graduate and undergraduate students, seeks to cultivate and sustain the art of men's choral music. The Glee Club Tour Blog provides information on tours, from March 2016 to the present. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Glee Club.

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Title: Richard Wilson

URL: http://wilsonweb.physics.harvard.edu/

Description: British-American physicist Richard Wilson (April 29, 1926-May 19, 2018) was Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics at Harvard. He joined Harvard University in 1961 as a physics professor and spent the next thirty years at Harvard focusing on nuclear and elementary particle physics. At Harvard he was a supporter of the Cambridge Electron Accelerator and the use of the Harvard Cyclotron for proton therapy for the treatment of cancer. Professor Wilson's website provides biographical information and information on science and the law, appearances at public hearings, publications, lectures, and the history of the Harvard University Cyclotrons. The site also includes his c.v. and personal photos. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the personal archive of Richard Wilson. TECHNICAL NOTE: Some of the links within this site go to pages on "physics.harvard.edu/~wilson" (and minor variations on that form). These links did not work at the time the website was acquired by the Archives. However, all were captured and can be accessed by replacing "https://physics.harvard.edu/~wilson" with "http://wilsonweb.physics.harvard.edu".

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Title: Harvard Asian Baptist Student Koinonia

URL: http://www.absk.org/harvard/

Description: The Harvard Asian Baptist Student Koinonia is a Southern Baptist fellowship group devoted to nurturing a community of faith on the Harvard campus. The Asian Baptist Student Koinonia website provides information on their focus, events, and contacting them. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Asian Baptist Student Koinonia.

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Title: Occupy Harvard Petition : Harvard Community : Support Occupy Harvard!

URL: http://www.change.org/petitions/harvard-community-support-occupy-harvard/

Description: Occupy Harvard is a student movement established in the fall of 2011 when Harvard students created an encampment by erecting thirty tents in Harvard Yard. The inception of Occupy Harvard was marked by a rally, General Assembly, and march that were attended by approximately 800 Harvard students, faculty, and staff on November 9. This petition was active on the change.org website from November-December 2011. This online petition was directed at the Harvard Community and was created to show support for Occupy Harvard’s goal of challenging “the vast political and economic inequalities in the United States and around the world” and examining Harvard University’s “role in contributing to these disparities.” The petition reached 944 of its 1000 signature goal. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Occupy Harvard. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990132256380203941/catalog

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Subject:   Student unrest. Income distribution -- United States -- Public opinion. Occupy movement -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Protest movements -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Student movements -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Students -- Political activity -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge.

Title: Occupy Harvard Petition : Students Demand No Layoffs at Harvard Library

URL: http://www.change.org/petitions/students-demand-no-layoffs-at-harvard-libraries/

Description: Occupy Harvard is a student movement established in the fall of 2011 when Harvard students created an encampment by erecting thirty tents in Harvard Yard. The inception of Occupy Harvard was marked by a rally, General Assembly, and march that were attended by approximately 800 Harvard students, faculty, and staff on November 9. This change.org petition, active around February 2012, protested potential layoffs in Harvard libraries. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Occupy Harvard.: HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990132256380203941/catalog

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Subject:   Student unrest. Income distribution -- United States -- Public opinion. Occupy movement -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Protest movements -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Student movements -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge. Students -- Political activity -- Massachusetts -- Cambridge.

Title: Harvard Din & Tonics

URL: http://www.dins.com/

Description: Formed in 1979, the Harvard Din & Tonics are a world-renowned jazz a cappella singing group, known for their music as well as their choreography and comedy. The Din & Tonics website provides information on tours, albums, members, their history, and how to contact them. The website also features audio and video clips, a blog, and a gallery. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Din & Tonics.

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Title: Peter Suber (Earlham College,2010-2016)

URL: http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/

Description: Peter Suber is Senior Researcher at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication, and Director of the Harvard Open Access Project. These captures of his website contain academic publications, writings on open access, writings for the net, the Open Access News blog, the SPARC Open Access Newsletter, Free Online Scholarship Newsletter, Courses at Earlham College, Nomic: A Game of Self-Amendment, and Suber's curriculum vitae. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990133082010203941/catalog

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Subject:   Open access publishing

Title: Harvard Design Collective

URL: http://www.harvarddesignco.com/

Description: The Harvard Design Collective, an undergraduate student organization, seeks to expand digital arts education, celebrate Harvard artists, empower students to pursue design, and keep Harvard creative. The Harvard Design Collective website provides information on members, works by members, membership, and resources. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Design Collective.

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Title: Harvard Latter-day Saint Student Association

URL: http://www.harvardldssa.org/

Description: The Harvard Latter-day Saint Student Association is an official student organization formed to promote spiritual well-being, foster and strengthen friendships, and uphold Church standards by sponsoring activities and events for LDS undergraduates at Harvard. The Association website provides information for prospective students, events, and officers. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Latter-day Saint Student Association.

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Title: Harvard Opportunes

URL: http://www.harvardopportunes.com/

Description: The Harvard Opportunes, Harvard's oldest all-gender a cappella group, seek to produce consistently high-quality music, engage their supporters, and do business in a way that reflects the group's mission to build a sustainable organization. The Opportunes website provides information on their history, members, repertoire, and opportunities to support them. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Opportunes.

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Title: Harvard College Bhangra

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/bhangra/

Description: Harvard College Bhangra seeks to meet the artistic and cultural needs of students who express interest in the Punjabi dance form of Bhangra. The Harvard College Bhangra website provides information on Bhangra, the organization's constitution, and performances. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Harvard College Bhangra.

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Title: Harvard College First Generation Student Union

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/firstgen/

Description: The Harvard College First Generation Study Union, founded in 2014, is concerned with the welfare and community representation of first-generation, low-income students at Harvard College. The group seeks to facilitate the transition to college, build a community among first-generation Harvard students, and provide the first-generation student community a platform to express its voce and and to advocate for themselves. The group changed its name to Harvard Primus sometime after 2018. The First Generation Study Union website provides information on its mission, events, resouces, and leadership. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard College First Generation Student Union.

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Title: Harvard College Stand-Up Comics Society

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/hcsucs/

Description: The Harvard College Stand-Up Comics Society, founded in 2007 as Harvard's only stand-up group, is better than mediocre, most of the time. The Stand-Up Comics Society website provides information on shows, members, and sponsors. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard College Stand-Up Comics Society.

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Title: Harvard Society of Black Scientists and Engineers

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/hsbse/wp/

Description: The Harvard Society of Black Scientists and Engineers seeks to provide support for black Harvard students pursuing degrees in the life sciences, engineering, the applied sciences, and other STEM fields. The Society of Black Scientists and Engineers website provides information on their mission, events, past and present officers, and sponsors. The website also includes a photo gallery. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Society of Black Scientists and Engineers.

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Title: Room 13

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/room13/

Description: Room 13 is a volunteer organization of undergraduate students trained in confidential peer counseling. The Room 13 website provides information on how their services work, location, other resources, and how to get involved. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Room 13.

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Title: Harvard Undergraduate Biotechnology Association

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~biotechassoc/

Description: The Harvard Undergraduate Biotechnology Association is a forum for students to learn about various aspects of the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries through dinners with faculty and industry leaders, guest lectures, group dinners to discuss topics and news in biotech, and off-campus events including company tours. The Association website includes information on events, board members, and a blog. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Undergraduate Biotechnology Association. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990143125890203941/catalog

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Title: FUSIAN

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~harvardfusian/

Description: FUSIAN is Harvard University's premier East Asian-interest a cappella group, and seeks to have fun together, singing and promoting an interest in East-Asian vocal music and culture. The FUSIAN website provides information on members, events, and financial support. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of FUSIAN.

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Title: Harvard-Radcliffe Asian American Association

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~hraaa/

Description: The Harvard-Radcliffe Asian American Association is dedicated to creating a diverse and nurturing community of Asian American undergraduates at Harvard University. The Association website provides information on its mission, executive board, and events. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard-Radcliffe Asian American Association.

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Title: Harvard Caribbean Club (2005)

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~hrcclub/

Description: Founded as the Harvard-Radcliffe Caribbean Club in 1978, the Harvard Caribbean Club seeks to foster a sense of community among Caribbean students and students interested in the Caribbean by celebrating Caribbean culture and heritage. The Harvard Caribbean Club website provides information on its mission, events, news, and leadership. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Caribbean Club.

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Title: Harvard Mountaineering Club

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~mountains/

Description: Founded in 1924, the Harvard Mountaineering Club is a collective of individuals passionate about the same things who come together in order to pursue them. The Club is run by undergraduates but open to all members of the Harvard community. The Mountaineering Club website provides information on its history, The Harvard Mountaineering Club Cabin on Mt. Washington, the Harvard Mountaineering journal, grants, contests, membership, gear, skills, and leadership. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Mountaineering Club.

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Title: Harvard Students for the Exploration and Development of Space

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~seds/

Description: Harvard Students for the Exploration and Development of Space is dedicated to promoting space exploration and interest in space both on and off campus. The group also supports the Harvard Satellite Team, who seek to bring world class aerospace engineering opportunities to Harvard undergraduates through the design, construction, and operation of CubeSats. The Students for the Exploration and Development of Space website provides information on the Satellite team, supporters, leadership, and events. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Harvard Students for the Exploration and Development of Space.

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Title: THUD (2007)

URL: http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~thud/about.htm

Description: THUD, The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers, is a student-run organization at Harvard College that likes to get together on Monday evenings and hit things. The THUD website provides information on members, auditions, shows, and media coverage. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of THUD.

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Title: Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum

URL: http://www.hrcm.org/

Description: Formed in 1971, the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum is a mixed-voice choir that performs works from the fifteenth century to the present to audiences on campus and beyond. The Collegium Musicum website provides information on its history, auditions, concerts, tours, news, support, and Underground, the a capella subset of the Collegium. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum.

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Title: Immediate Gratification Players

URL: http://www.immediategratification.org/

Description: The Immediate Gratification Players are Harvard University’s premier long-form improvisational comedy troupe. The group been performing free on-campus shows since the fall of 1986, including an annual festival that attracts college and professional troupes from across the country. The Immediate Gratification Players website provides information on performances, events, members, the Player of the Year, and the group's book, So You Think You're Funny?: A Student's Guide to Improv Comedy. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Immediate Gratification Players.

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Title: Robert Darnton : A Literary Tour de France

URL: http://www.robertdarnton.org/

Description: Robert Darnton was educated at Harvard University (A.B., 1960) and Oxford University (B.Phil., 1962; D. Phil., 1964), where he was a Rhodes scholar. After a brief stint as a reporter for The New York Times, he became a junior fellow in the Society of Fellows at Harvard. He taught at Princeton from 1968 until 2007, when he became Carl H. Pforzheimer University Professor and Director of the University Library at Harvard. A Literary Tour de France offers an opportunity to explore the world of books on the eve of the French Revolution, bringing together material from the archives of the Société typographique de Neuchâtel, a publisher and wholesaler who provided all kinds of books to all parts of France from 1769 to 1789.

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Title: Let's Talk!

URL: http://www.talkhgse.org/

Description: Let's Talk!, organized by students, faculty, and alumni of the Harvard Graduate School of Education, is a conference that provides an intentional space for professionals, parents, and students to explore ways of promoting the success and well-being of Asian and Asian-American students. The Let's Talk! website provides information on its mission, events, registration, sponsors, organizers, resources, and ways to support it. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Let's Talk!

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Title: Harvard Crimson Advertising

URL: http://www.thecrimsonadvertising.com/

Description: The Harvard Crimson, the nation's oldest continuously published daily college newspaper, was founded in 1873 and incorporated in 1967. The Harvard Crimson Advertising website serves as a point of contact and information for Crimson advertisers. The site includes information on advertising options, their publication schedule, and submission guidelines. Under the About heading, the site also provides historical and current information about the Crimson. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Crimson. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990143130880203941/catalog

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Title: Association of Black Harvard Women

URL: https://abhwomen.org/

Description: Formed in 1975, the Association of Black Harvard Women serves as an affinity space and community for Black women-identifying persons on Harvard's campus. The Association of Black Harvard Women website provides information on history, mission, events, the Alberta V. Scott Leadership Academy, and Association leadership. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Association of Black Harvard Women.

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Title: Harvard College Act on a Dream

URL: https://actonadream.squarespace.com/

Description: Act on a Dream is a student-led, student-run organization at Harvard College focused on eradicating the barriers that Undocu+ students (undocumented, DACA, mixed status family, and other immigrant) face in realizing their full potential. The Act on a Dream website provides information on its mission, leadership, meetings, events, resources, and merchandise. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Act on a Dream.

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Title: Association of Harvard Asian and Asian American Faculty and Staff

URL: https://ahaaafs.com/

Description: The Association of Harvard Asian and Asian American Faculty and Staff provides opportunities for networking, career development, awareness, and support for Asian and Asian American faculty and staff and serves as a resource for the larger Asian and Asian American community at Harvard. The Association website provides information on its mission, leadership, history, events, and resources. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Association of Harvard Asian and Asian American Faculty and Staff.

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Title: Harvard Graduate School of Education Alumni of Color Conference 2019

URL: https://alumniofcolorconference2019.org/

Description: In keeping with this effort, every year, current HGSE students design and facilitate a space that aims to inspire and transform education by convening educators, scholars, researchers, change makers of all varieties, policymakers, and students of all backgrounds concerned with issues of race, class, and education as they pertain to all people and, in particular, to Communities of Color. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Graduate School of Education Alumni of Color Conference.

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Title: Harvard Graduate School of Education Alumni of Color Conference 2020

URL: https://alumniofcolorconference2020.org/

Description: A dedicated cadre of students of color at the Harvard Graduate School of Education created the Alumni of Color Conference during the 2002/2003 school year to bring awareness to the educational issues impacting communities of color. In keeping with this effort, every year, current HGSE students design and facilitate a space that aims to inspire and transform education by convening educators, scholars, researchers, change makers of all varieties, policymakers, and students of all backgrounds concerned with issues of race, class, and education as they pertain to all people and, in particular, to Communities of Color. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Graduate School of Education Alumni of Color Conference.

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Title: Harvard Graduate School of Education Alumni of Color Conference

URL: https://aocc.gse.harvard.edu/

Description: The Harvard Graduate School of Education Alumni of Color Conference is held each year and seeks to inspire and impact the improvement of the education sector by annually convening alumni, students, practitioners, artists, and scholars both from the Graduate School of Education and across the nation in order to share best practices and cutting edge research on strengthening that practices and competencies of diversity, equity, and inclusion that pertains to people of color in educational spaces. The Alumni of Color Conference website provides information about the organization and the most recent conference. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Graduate School of Education Alumni of Color Conference.

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Title: Brevia

URL: https://brevia.hcura.org/

Description: The Harvard College Undergraduate Research Association, founded in 2007, seeks to build an interdisciplinary research community among undergraduate students and promote undergraduate research. Brevia magazine is a forum for science, culture and other big ideas that aims to bring all disciplines of research out of the ivory tower and into the discourse of the interested public. The Brevia website, in addition to containing current and past issues, provide information on their writing competition for high school students, becoming a Brevia writer, and the magazine's current leadership and writers. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard College Undergraduate Research Association.

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Title: Chabad House at Harvard

URL: https://chabadharvard.org/

Description: Chabad House at Harvard is a Jewish student organization that provides educational, social, and recreational programs for all members of the Harvard community. The Chabad House website provides information on vision and values, leadership, satellite centers, Chabad Lubavitch, opportunities for students, programs, services, education, and Shabbat events. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Chabad House at Harvard.

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Title: Harvard Asian American Womxn’s Association (2019-), Harvard Asian American Women’s Association (2018)

URL: https://crimsonaawa.wixsite.com/harvardaawa/

Description: Harvard Asian American Womxn’s Association is intended to be an inclusive, welcoming space for those on campus that identify as Asian American. Prior to 2019, the group was known as the Harvard Asian American Women’s Association. The Association website provides information on current and past members of the governing board, events, and the organization's constitution. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Asian American Womxn’s Association. TECHNICAL NOTE: For best results, the URL in the capture (i.e. in the Wayback Machine) must be https, so it should start https://wayback.archive-it.org/5488-test/20181115152641/https://crimsonaawa.wixsite.com/harvardaawa. Replay is also most consistent in Chrome.

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Title: Peter Suber (Harvard University, 2018-)

URL: https://cyber.harvard.edu/~psuber/wiki/Peter_Suber

Description: Peter Suber is Senior Researcher at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, Director of the Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication, and Director of the Harvard Open Access Project. Peter Suber's Harvard wiki provides information on Suber's positions and affiliations, writings, background, resources of interest, and contact methods. Most of his work is not available on this site but much is available on his Earlham College website (also collected by the Harvard University Archives). HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990133082010203941/catalog

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Title: Datamatch

URL: https://datamatch.me/

Description: Created at Harvard University in 1994, Datamatch is a free matchmaking service created for college students by college students that employs artificial intelligence techniques and well-researched psychological profiles aggregated from two decades of data on the Harvard dating scene. The Datamatch website provides information about participating schools, the process, their survey, and the algorithm. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Datamatch.

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Title: Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (Harvard College Chapter)

URL: https://fimrcharvard.weebly.com/

Description: The Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children is a non-profit organization on a mission to bring improved healthcare to communities in the developing world. The Harvard College chapter was established in 2003. The Harvard College chapter's website provides information on the Foundation, the chapter's executive board, the work of the chapter, chapter announcements, and joining. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard College chapter of the Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children.

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Title: BlackC.A.S.T. (Harvard Black Community and Student Theater Group)

URL: https://harvardblackcast.tumblr.com/

Description: The Harvard Black Community and Student Theater Group (BlackC.A.S.T.) provides students of color with a greater opportunity to be involved in theater and gives students of all races and ethnicities the chance to become acquainted with performance art of the African Diaspora. The BlackC.A.S.T. website provides information on leadership, productions, and its history. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Harvard BlackC.A.S.T.

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Title: Harvard Caribbean Club (2020-)

URL: https://harvardcaribbeancl.wixsite.com/website

Description: Founded as the Harvard-Radcliffe Caribbean Club in 1978, the Harvard Caribbean Club seeks to foster a sense of community among Caribbean students and students interested in the Caribbean by celebrating Caribbean culture and heritage. The Harvard Caribbean Club website provides information on its mission, events, news, and leadership. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Caribbean Club.

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Title: Harvard College Anscombe Society

URL: https://harvardcollegeanscombesociety.wordpress.com/

Description: The Harvard College Anscombe Society a student organization at Harvard College that strives to present another option to our peers regarding sex-related issues, endorsing premarital abstinence and sexual integrity, and upholding the institution of marriage and the family. The Anscombe Society website provides information on beliefs, leadership, expert opinions, Elizabeth Anscombe, and the Anscombe Centenary Symposium. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard College Anscombe Society.

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Title: Harvard Curling

URL: https://harvardcurling.com/

Description: Formed in 2000, Harvard Curling is a university-recognized club sport at Harvard University. The Harvard Curling website provides information on results, its season, membership, members, and media coverage. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Harvard Curling.

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Title: Harvard Diversity Project

URL: https://harvarddcdp.org/

Description: The Harvard Diversity Project, a subsidiary of the Harvard Debate Council, promotes educational equity by creating opportunities for underserved youth to gain exposure and access to academic training that will distinguish them as top candidates in the college admissions process. The Harvard Diversity Project website provides information on the program, executive and advisory boards, news, application, and how to donate. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Debate Council.

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Title: Harvard College Democrats

URL: https://harvarddems.org/

Description: The Harvard College Democrats, supporting the philosophy and candidates of the Democratic party as well all efforts to increase the participation of college students in Democratic affairs, are Harvard's largest partisan political group. The College Democrats' website provides information on its history and constitution, leadership, committees, internships, and events. The site also includes a blog. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard College Democrats.

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Title: Harvard Undergraduate Ethics Bowl

URL: https://harvardethics.weebly.com/

Description: The Harvard Undergraduate Ethics Bowl seeks to create an inclusive, collaborative environment where students from all disciplines and backgrounds can engage in productive discussions about critical ethical issues. The Undergraduate Ethics Bowl website provides information on leadership, the ethics bowl format, events, and how to get involved. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Undergraduate Ethics Bowl.

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Title: Harvard Ethnic Studies Coalition

URL: https://harvardethnicstudies.wordpress.com/

Description: The Harvard Ethnic Studies Coalition is an organization representing Harvard students and alumni dedicated to establishing Ethnic Studies at Harvard. The Ethnic Studies Coalition website provides information on its purpose and goals, petitions, comparisons to other universities, and testimonials. As of September 2020, the website's home page gives a "page not found" error but the rest of the site is intact and accessible. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Ethnic Studies Coalition.

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Title: Harvard Gender Inclusivity in Mathematics

URL: https://harvardgiim.org/

Description: Harvard Gender Inclusivity in Mathematics, founded in May 2015, is an organization dedicated to creating a community of mathematicians particularly welcoming to women and gender minorities interested in math and to reducing the gender gap in Harvard’s math department. The Gender Inclusivity in Mathematics website provides information on leadership, its mision, advising, the Women in Math and Statistics Conference, community initiatives, and their speaker and discussion series. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Harvard Gender Inclusivity in Mathematics.

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Title: Harvard Glee Club

URL: https://harvardgleeclub.org/

Description: Founded in 1858, the Harvard Glee Club is among America's oldest collegiate choruses. The group, comprised of both graduate and undergraduate students, seeks to cultivate and sustain the art of men's choral music. The Glee Club website provides information on its history, leadership, auditions, and concerts. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Glee Club.

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Title: Harvard Independent

URL: https://harvardindependent.com/

Description: The Harvard Independent was founded in 1969 as an independent voice that adhered to no fixed ideology and would provide a counterpoint to prevailing opinions. The Harvard Independent website provides its work on varied topics, past issues, and its leadership and history. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Independent.

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Title: Harvard Korean Association

URL: https://harvardka.org/

Description: The Harvard Korean Association provides a community for people who identify with and appreciate Korean culture. The Korean Association website provides information on the organization's purpose and membership. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Korean Association.

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Title: Harvard Lampoon

URL: https://harvardlampoon.com/

Description: The Harvard Lampoon was founded in 1876 by seven Harvard undergraduate students and is considered the nation's oldest humor magazine. The Lampoon is known for its jokes, short stories, artwork and cartoons, parodies of magazines, books, and records, as well as its pranks. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Lampoon.

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Title: Harvard College Friends of the Red Cross

URL: https://harvardredcross.weebly.com/

Description: As the Harvard division of the Massachusetts Bay Chapter of the American Red Cross, Harvard College Friends of the Red Cross strives to facilitate humanitarian services offered by the American Red Cross to better serve the university and the community. The Friends of the Red Cross website provides information on its mission, leadership, services, and disaster relief. Collected by the Harvard Univesrity Archives as part of the records of Harvard College Friends of the Red Cross.

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Title: Harvard Undergraduate Robotics Club

URL: https://harvardrobotics.com/

Description: The Harvard Undergraduate Robotics Club seeks to provide Harvard undergraduates with the opportunity to participate in exciting and educational robotics projects and build a warm and accomplished community of engineers together. The Robotics Club website provides information on leadership, activities, projects, supporters, and how to get involved. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Undergraduate Robotics Club.

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Title: Radcliffe Union of Students

URL: https://harvardrus.weebly.com/

Description: Originally the student governing body of Radcliffe College, the Radcliffe Union of Students seeks to be a voice for women undergraduates and feminists of every gender. The Radcliffe Union of Students website provides information on the organization's history, leadership, mission, and how to join. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Radcliffe Union of Students.

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Title: Simplicissimus: The Harvard College Journal of Germanic Studies (blog, 2013-2014)

URL: https://harvardsimplicissimus.wordpress.com/

Description: Simplicissimus: The Harvard College Journal of Germanic Studies reviews essays, poetry, prose, and art about Germanic topics. Simplicissimus strives to publish the best Germanic scholarship done at Harvard College to the German, Dutch, and Scandinavian communities both at Harvard and the wider Germanic world. The Simplicissimus blog features essays and images on related topics posted by Simplicissimus staff. HOLLIS catalog: http://id.lib.harvard.edu/alma/990143004260203941/catalog

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Title: Harvard Technology Review

URL: https://harvardtechnologyreview.com/

Description: Introduced in January 2019, the Harvard Technology Review is a publication that explores the essentially human aspects of technology. It aims to provide a community where undergraduates from interdisciplinary backgrounds can discuss the forefront of today’s tech scene and its societal implications. The Harvard Technology Review website provides information on topics of interest, artistic commentary on technology, events, its newsletter, leadership, and its network of fellows and advisers. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Technology Review.

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Title: THUD (2019-)

URL: https://harvardthud.com/

Description: The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers, commonly known as THUD, are a student-run organization at Harvard College that likes to get together on Monday evenings and hit things. The THUD website provides information on members, auditions, shows, and media coverage. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of THUD.

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Title: Harvard Yearbook Publications

URL: https://harvardyearbook.com/

Description: Harvard Yearbook Publications, an entirely student-run nonprofit organization, seeks to preserve the memories of each Harvard class by publishing the Yearbook for the graduating senior class, the Register for the incoming first-years, and by showcasing their Photo Board's photography through the sale of photo prints. The Harvard Yearbook Publications website provides information on purchasing publications and photos, deadlines for submissions, financial aid, leadership, and its history. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Harvard Yearbook Publications.

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Title: Harvard College Eritrean-Ethiopian Students Association

URL: https://hceesa.org/

Description: The Harvard College Eritrean-Ethiopian Students Association seeks to bring about awareness and understanding of Eritrean and Ethiopian culture to the Harvard community, as well as to residents of the Cambridge and Boston area. In addition, the group strives to create a venue where Eritrean and Ethiopian students and those interested in Eritrean and Ethiopian culture can interact and learn from one another’s experiences. The Eritrean-Ethiopian Students Association website provides information on its mission, history, and leadership. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard College Eritrean-Ethiopian Students Association.

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Title: Harvard Debate Council Summer Workshops

URL: https://hdcsw.org/

Description: The Harvard Debate Council, founded in 1892, is one of the oldest intercollegiate policy debate programs in the nation. The Debate Council has won the National Debate Tournament seven times since it was first held in 1947. The Harvard Debate Council Summer Workshops, hosted at Harvard University, provide programs in public speaking, public forum, congressional debate, and policy debate. The Summer Workshops website provides information on programs, registration, staff, venues, orientation, and schedules. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Debate Council.

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Title: Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (2019-)

URL: https://hpair.org/

Description: The Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations was founded in 1991 to create a forum of exchange for students and young professionals to discuss and learn about the most important economic, political, and social issues facing the Asia-Pacific region. The Project website provides information on conferences, the organizing committee, advisors, and its history. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations.

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Title: Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert & Sullivan Players

URL: https://hrgsp.org/

Description: The Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert & Sullivan Players is an independent, nonprofit student theater group dedicated to performing comic operas. The group was granted a charter in 1956 as the Harvard Gilbert & Sullivan Players, and uses the Agassiz Theatre to stage the two performances every year. The name of the group changed in 1991 to the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert & Sullivan Players. The Gilbert & Sullivan Players website provides information on leadership, future and past performances, and patrons. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert & Sullivan Players.

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Title: Harvard Undergraduate Aeronautics

URL: https://huaero.org/

Description: Harvard Undergraduate Aeronautics is a student-run organization at Harvard College which builds small Unmanned Aerial Systems for the AUVSI-SUAS competition. The Undergraduate Aeronautics website provides information on meetings, the AUVSI-SUAS competition, and contacting them. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Harvard Undergraduate Aeronautics.

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Title: Harvard Undergraduates for Environmental Justice

URL: https://huej.org/

Description: Harvard Undergraduates for Environmental Justice seeks to educate and mobilize members of the Harvard and surrounding communities in order to protect the Earth's resources and ecosystems. The Harvard Undergraduates for Environmental Justice website provides information on how to get involved, the Environmental Justice Coalition, the Divest Harvard movement, the Sweet Injustice project, and the HUEJ Newsletter. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Harvard Undergraduates for Environmental Justice.

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Title: Morejoy Harvard

URL: https://hwpi.harvard.edu/morejoy/home

Description: The Morejoy Harvard project seeks to encourage joy as a rubric for measuring how emplyees think about their professional experiences and community at Harvard. The Morejoy website provides links to resources, the Sue's Mindful Monday newsletter, and information about the project and its leaders. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Morejoy Harvard.

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Title: Kuumba Singers

URL: https://kuumbasingers.org/

Description: The Kuumba Singers, founded in 1970, are committed to being a safe space for black students on Harvard's campus and a cultural mecca for all those who desire to celebrate Black creativity and spirituality in all its forms. The Kuumba Singers website provides information on the organization's history, executive board, donation opportunities, joining, events, and Voices, the organization's newsletter. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Kuumba Singers.

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Title: Divest Harvard (medium.com)

URL: https://medium.com/@DivestHarvard/

Description: Divest Harvard was formed in 2012 with the mission to push Harvard University to divest its financial investments from fossil fuel companies within five years and reinvest the money into socially responsible funds. The Divest Harvard medium.com site provides commentary on related topics.Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of Divest Harvard.

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Title: Harvard College Open Data Project blog

URL: https://medium.com/harvard-open-data-project/

Description: The Harvard College Open Data Project is a student-faculty group that aims to increase transparency and solve problems on campus using public Harvard data. The Open Data Project blog posts analyses of Harvard-related topics. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard College Open Data Project.

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Title: Mozart Society Orchestra

URL: https://mozartsocietyorchestra.com/

Description: Founded in 1984, the Mozart Society Orchestra is the only full-sized chamber orchestra at Harvard University performing a wide range of repertoire from the Baroque period through the 21st century. The orchestra is led by student conductors and an all-student executive board. The Mozart Society Orchestra website provides information on its history, leadership, musicians, auditions, concerts, and ways to provide support. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Mozart Society Orchestra.

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Title: American Civil Liberties Union : Harvard Law School Chapter

URL: https://orgs.law.harvard.edu/aclu/

Description: The Harvard Law School chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union seeks to advance and promote awareness of civil liberties and constitutional rights on the Harvard campus by hosting speakers and organizing events throughout the school year. The chapter website provides information on opportunities, leadership, and resources. Earlier archives of this website can be found in Harvard Law School Library's Student Organizations and Student Life collection at https://archive-it.org/collections/8420. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Law School chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

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Title: American Constitution Society for Law and Policy : Harvard Law School chapter

URL: https://orgs.law.harvard.edu/acs/

Description: The Harvard Law School chapter of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy promotes progressive legal change, from the classroom to the courts, in order to realize economic and social justice and secure democratic freedoms. The chapter website provides information on leadership, initiatives, events, the Harvard Law and Policy Review, and membership. Earlier archives of this website can be found in Harvard Law School Library's Student Organizations and Student Life collection at https://archive-it.org/collections/8420. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of the Harvard Law School chapter of the American Constitution Society for Law and Policy.

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Title: La Alianza

URL: https://orgs.law.harvard.edu/alianza/

Description: La Alianza, an organization of Latinx and Latin American law students, seeks to create a community at Harvard Law School that enables students to excel academically, socially, and professionally. The Alianza website provides information on leadership, alumni, events, sponsors, and resources. Earlier archives of this website can be found in Harvard Law School Library's Student Organizations and Student Life collection at https://archive-it.org/collections/8420. Collected by the Harvard University Archives as part of the records of La Alianza.

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