Jen Zhu is a junior joint concentrator in Government and Sociology with a secondary in Global Health and Health Policy. Third time's the charm: she's been on the Undergraduate Council since her freshman year! She's brought coffee to Flyby, co-wrote The Case for a Harvard Student Center which was presented to President Faust, pushed for Lamont 24/7, organized UC Outings for students, spearheaded the Mid-Year Survey to elicit feedback on issues UC should work on, expanded Student Initiated Programming to foster inclusive community on campus, and worked directly with administration to plan Wintersession. This year, some of the projects she's working on includes working for greater student voice in University governance, improving UHS experiences as part of the new UHS Patient Peer Advocate Workgroup, expanding J-Term internships and funding, and incorporating MBTA Charlie Card Chips into our Harvard IDs. She loves talking to and meeting people and hearing new ideas, so say hi, shoot her a message, or stop by New Quincy 320!
Tara Raghuveer is a Junior concentrating in Social Studies, with a focus in Urban Social Problems. She is originally from Kansas City, Kansas. She is currently the Vice Chair of the Student Relations Committee and serves on the Student-Faculty Committee for Campus Safety. She cares a lot about making the UC a more relevant, more active, more representative body on campus. This year she hopes to plan a town hall with members of Harvard's Board of Overseers, dramatically increase voter turnout in the UC elections, collaborate on a safety campaign with HUPD, and continue to promote female leadership at Harvard. Most importantly, she wants to engage a diverse student voice on issues that matter, and she wants the UC to do a better job of asking students what matters. Outside of the UC, Tara is involved in Crimson Key Society, Hasty Pudding Theatricals, and has done some things with the Crimson. Her hobbies include woodturning, salsa dancing, and water colors.