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With the Harvard Coop's Board of Directors election a week away, candidates and management worry whether enough votes will be garnered.
With a week left until the end of elections for the Harvard Coop’s board of directors on April 24, candidates and Coop management remain uncertain whether enough members will ultimately vote in the elections.
The tofu sizzles on a frying pan next to a pot of steaming miso soup. On the cutting board, kale leaves are being chopped up in preparation for a salad, and an electric mixer is forging its way through batter for vegan chocolate chip cookies. Amid the sizzling and chopping, students engage in a passionate discussion about the future of solar power.
Despite the nationwide struggle of brick and mortar bookstores in the online era, the Harvard Cooperative Society announced an increase in its annual member rebate percentage. Coop members will receive an 8.8 percent rebate this year, representing a 10 percent increase from last year.
Warm weather returns to Cambridge today, so this may be a good opportunity to catch an outdoor soccer game before it gets chilly. Also on the calendar is an IOP panel on Syria with a rockstar lineup of speakers, the SEO Job Fair, and a book talk that might come in handy if you're planning on raising children any time soon. Happy hump day, Harvard!
Alexandra Hamlet, a defense anthropologist, a former journalist, and the author of "The Right Guard" gave a talk during her signing event at the Coop on Tuesday. "Many crises is caused by perception," she said while sharing her views on modern journalism, nature of conflicts and national defense.
Alexandra Hamlet, a defense anthropologist, a former journalist, and the author of "The Right Guard" gives a talk during her signing event at the Coop on Tuesday. "Many crises is caused by perception," she said while sharing her views on modern journalism, nature of conflicts and national defense.
As Madeline Miller prepares for her book reading and signing at the Harvard Coop, she worries that nothing could be a spoiler for a 3,000 year story. She wrote "The Song of Achilles" for the layman but added Easter Eggs for classicists.
William Martin '72 gives a reading at the Harvard COOP from his latest novel, The Lincoln Letters. Martin is the author of ten novels and is a recent recipient of the New England Book Award.
Every Friday, The Crimson publishes a selection of articles that were printed in our pages in years past.