Boston-area based Harvard gets its first Black, elected student body president


Prestigious Holes in the country and our backyard. A 20 year old from Mississippi, becoming the first ever elected black student body president at Harvard, Noah Harris is a junior majoring in government. He co chairs. The undergraduate council's Black caucus to other black students have previously head of the council. But Harris is the first black man to be elected by the student body. Harris says he ran on a platform of diversity and inclusion. He wants to focus on improving students mental and physical health. It is a 21 on the Wednesday

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