Students enjoy freshly fallen snow in the yard on Wednesday evening. Winter Storm Athena's first snowfall of the season took Cambridge by surprise.
First snowfall of the season blankets Massachusetts Avenue Wednesday evening. Winter Storm Athena took Cambridge by surprise.
Lord of the Ring
The Soldier's Field Stadium was windswept and frozen after football practice on Wednesday evening.
Akanksha Sharma '14, UC presidential candidate, hands out flyers for her launch party on Wednesday afternoon in front of the Science Center. She specifically asked passersby to reuse the flyers by handing them off to their peers, which is representative of the campaign's emphasis on community building and environmental consciousness.
Global Health Panel
Global health experts Professor Lee Gehrke, Director Sarah Rankin, and Dr. Brittany A. Seymour advise undergraduate students in future careers in the global health field on Wednesday. Organized by the Harvard Undergraduate Global Health Forum, the panel of experts touched upon global health in areas that ranged from sexual assault to dentistry.
Everything is History
Laurence A. Tisch Professor of History Niall Ferguson is giving a short presentation about the financial history of the US and the world. Ferguson was joined by seven other renowned Harvard History Professors who gave presentations on past lessons and future worries.
Construction for Old Quincy has picked up pace even with the ongoing snowstorm. Quincy House is the first house to be renovated under the college's House Renewal plan.
In som nom nom
Insomnia cookies, located on Mount Auburn Street near Boloco, opened its doors for business on Wednesday evening.
Sophomore defenseman Patrick McNally and the No. 14 Harvard men’s hockey team welcome No. 8 Union and RPI to Bright Hockey Center this weekend. Friday night’s match-up with the defending ECAC champion Dutchmen is the first meeting between the two teams since Union beat the Crimson in the conference championship game last year.
MOVING ON UP
The women’s rugby team will become Harvard’s NCAA-leading 42nd varsity program in the 2013-14 academic year. The Crimson, which won the USA Rugby Collegiate Division II National Championship in 2011 before joining Division I last year, will be the first Ivy League varsity rugby program.