Animals on Campus

Puppers for Days
Animals on Campus

Puppers for Days

Two dogs tussle in the McKinlock Courtyard of Leverett House Tuesday evening.

Fluffy Dogs
Food and Drink

Fluffy Dogs

Some fluff festivalgoers brought along their dogs to the celebration Saturday.

llama
Student Life

llama

Farm animals were featured in a petting zoo at the Closing Celebration of the 10 Days of SEAS hosted on Monday.

Harvard Turkey
FlyBy Blog

Close Encounters of the Bird Kind

Beware: turkeys aren't as innocent as you believe.

Blizzard
On Campus

Blizzard

A petting zoo facilitator shows a Harvard student how to hold a kid named Blizzard, Monday afternoon. The petting zoo, held on the Science Center Plaza, featured goats, ducks, chicks and rabbits for visitors to hold.

Guinea Pigs
Pforzheimer

Guinea Pigs

Who wouldn't want to protect these cuties?

Puppy Office Hours
On Campus

Puppy Office Hours

Students play with trained therapy dog, Sprout, at puppy office hours hosted by CAMHS at UHS on Tuesday afternoon.

who let the dogs out?
Drew Faust

who let the dogs out?

The presidential puppy.

who let the dogs out?
Drew Faust

Meet President Faust’s Mysterious New Puppy

​Everyone loves a good puppy study break. Life at Harvard is stressful, and nothing says relaxation like a small four-legged animal with a wet nose and an unpredictable bladder. No one knows this better than University President Drew G. Faust.

Pet Therapy
College

Pet Therapy

Students enjoy the company of bunnies, ducks, pigs, and goats at the pet therapy zoo, an event sponsored by the Harvard Common Spaces Program on Friday afternoon in the Science Center Plaza.

Pet Therapy at Harvard
Student Life

Pet Therapy at Harvard

Pet Therapy
Events

Pet Therapy

J. Ben Westmont plays with bunnies at Harvard's Pet Therapy event on the Science Center Plaza on Wednesday afternoon. Pet Therapy is hosted by the Animal Craze Traveling Farm.

Incubating Ideas
Social Sciences Division

Incubating Ideas

A set of emu eggs are incubated Thursday afternoon at the Harvard Museum of Natural History. The eggs are on loan from an emu farm in Gill, MA, to which the chicks will be returned after hatching.

Academic Fair at the Plaza
On Campus

Opening Days

On Campus

Brilliant 'Moon'

“Imagine this moment were real,” says Leila, the young girl standing in the middle of the stage who has been trying to retell her story. It’s the middle of a production of David Greig’s chilling play“Yellow Moon,” and up until this point, you had been sure that every previous scene was indeed real—or, at least real in the context of the play’s narrative. But the production of the play directed by Susanna B. Wolk ’14, which ran through Saturday in the Loeb Ex, challenged the very notion that the audience can trust the narrators on stage.