Results of a recent Crimson survey indicate that most students are generally satisfied with House resources, although they may not be involved with their residences day-to-day.
John G. “Sean” Palfrey ’67, one of the two Adams House Masters, enjoys a quiet moment at the annual Adams House Winter Feast in the dining hall.
Adams House administrators relabeled bathroom signage throughout the House, doing away with gender-specific restrooms and replacing them with gender-neutral ones.
Students in Adams House sprint down Plympton Street to Harvard Yard to begin Housing Day festivities on March 12.
Students gather in Adams dining hall in anticipation of room assignments from the housing lottery. Many housing lotteries have taken place this week.
Adams House turns its upperclassman rooming lottery into a pseudo game show, complete with desserts and cheering and jeering as desirable rooms are taken by competing groups.
Harvard University Dining Services staff member Hector A. Santizo embraces his co-workers during his first visit back to campus since fracturing his leg while traveling to work in early February. Santizo, 64, has worked at Harvard in Adams House for 25 years. “I was so shocked when they told me,” said Teodora Lara, far right, smiling at Santizo. “Because, you know, we appreciate him a lot. We do.” Santizo’s co-workers tried to convince him to stay to eat dinner with them, but he had to leave as his wife, Myriam, who also works at Harvard, was on the way to pick him up.
Harvard University Dining Services staff member Hector A. Santizo fractured his ankle on Feb. 2. Santizo visited his co-workers in Adams House for the first time since the accident on Wednesday afternoon. After receiving hugs and questions about his recovery, Santizo remarked in Spanish, “I like Harvard because for me it’s a big family.”