Wynne M. Graham ’17 said that the most important thing to her is keeping food options available.
“I don’t have a huge preference,” Graham said. “It’s definitely nice to have some food places here next to the Yard.”
—Staff writer Ivan B. K. Levingston can be reached at Ivan.Levingston@thecrimson.com. Follow him on Twitter @IvanLevingston.
—Staff writer Celeste M. Mendoza can be reached at Celeste.Mendoza@thecrimson.com. Follow her on Twitter @CelesteMMendoza.
House KeepingIn light of the fact that the university has experienced a 30 percent drop in its endowment and a decline in tuition and donation revenue, it is admirable that it has managed to keep financing for the housing project in order.
Houses Renewal To Review Climate ControlAdministrators saythat heating, air conditioning, ventilation, and accessibility will all likely be included in House renewal.
Old Quincy: A Test ProjectCome 2013, when the first stage of a series of renovations across the Houses is complete, gone will be the walk-through room setup and cramped quarters that plague so many inhabitants of Old Quincy.
Harvard College Social Spaces To Undergo RenovationThe renovations will freshen up several social spaces in the Houses and the Student Organization Center at Hilles.
Cabot Café to Reopen with Better Space, Cheaper Prices
Cabot Café Reopens Following RenovationQuad-based caffeine addicts can once again get their fix in the basement of Cabot House E entryway at Cabot Café, which re-opened Monday night. The café, which started last spring, has been closed since December for renovations.