Over spicy salsa and guacamole, Jessica Simpson and a mystery man share good conversation and laughs last night at Border Cafe.
Law school students enjoy the food, company, and open space of their temporary student lounge in Pound Hall.
Devan Kennifer #8 Women's Water Polo
Tarek Masoud, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation, John F. Kennedy School of Government, gives a brief history of the role of Islam and Sharia Law in the Egyptian Constitution, an important issue in upcoming elections, during his presentation in the Bowie-Vernon Room of CGIS on Thursday.
Junior first-baseman Whitney Shaw had an RBI in the Harvard’s loss to local rival BU. The Crimson will look to rally this weekend when it takes on Yale in a pair of double headers at Soldiers’ Field.
The Evolution of Medicine and More
Samantha Singh '14, presents her novel hypothesis on the evolution of rabies yesterday during a poster fair at the Holyoke Center. The new General Education class, The Evolution of Medicine, will compile all the students' corresponding papers into a journal of evolutionary medicine.
Bookworms Feed Real Worms
Thayer Hall houses this box of worms as a part of Bookworms Feed Real Worms, a project funded by the Student Sustainability Grant through the Office of Sustainability. This project aims to creatively reduce waste by involving Thayer residents in composting via vermiculture. Once the food is composted it will be used to enrich the soil in Harvard Garden.
Facebook co-founder Chris R. Hughes ’06 discusses his new project, Jumo, a social networking site for non-profit organizations, in the Quincy House senior common room.
Dinner, Earth Day
Laila Kasuri '13 browses the food line at Lowell Dining Hall last night. All dining halls served Sustainable Dinner, which featured entrees and side dishes made with local ingredients, in celebration of Earth Day 2011.