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The Barker Center, pictured Thursday afternoon, is finally open. It has a full cafe menu available.
Harvard University Dining Services hosted a New England Harvard Festive Meal Thursday night..
Ana Rodriguez, a member of the Quincy dining hall staff, won millions in the Massachusetts Lottery last week. Rodriguez estimates she has spent $10,000 on lottery tickets in recent years.
This week, FM puts a spotlight on Rakesh Khurana, Dean of Harvard College.
Dean Khurana reads through a stack of papers in his new office in University Hall during his "downtime".
Dean Khurana sits down at lunchtime to chat with freshmen in Annenberg. Khurana says he spends three-fourths of his time talking to students.
Dean Khurana takes his iconic black Business School backpack with him virtually everywhere.
The ‘jock’ stereotype couldn’t be further from the truth for many athletes on campus. Some varsity athletes stay in on their Friday nights to do homework; others spend their free time watching movies or playing ping pong. Beyond athletic prowess, there is no common thread among Harvard athletes, who come in all shapes and sizes. The perception, more so than it is inaccurate, is damaging.
Six professors shared the everyday implications of history during the third annual “History is Everything, Everything is History” talk Wednesday afternoon.
The Harvard Computer Society—the five-person group that manages more than 7,000 student mailing lists—is finalizing a transition from on-campus servers to the cloud.
At the meeting, which was held by a committee charged with reviewing the General Education program, students and administrators discussed the purpose of Gen Ed.
Rakesh Khurana, a scholar of leadership and organizations, crossed the Charles River to the College to rearticulate its purpose and retool the workings of its administration.
Alignment with the College's mission and use of safe travel options are among the criteria that will be used to distribute domestic student travel funding.
For over 22 hours, students took shifts sitting beside a seven-by-nine-foot box, which represented a prison cell, as part of a vigil for prisoners held in solitary confinement.
Dario Guerrero-Meneses ’15 is set to return to Harvard after the federal government granted him a humanitarian visa on Tuesday afternoon to travel back to the United States from Mexico.