What do I say? How do I ask her? Am I coming on too strong? How do I word this so I don’t sound like a total freak?
What can you do when there's literally nothing to eat in the dining hall?
According to House Masters Richard Wrangham and Elizabeth Ross, the change is an “attempt to make easier the challenges of living in the quad.”
Want something to end your meal on a final (and potentially only) good note? Try this sweet pick-me-up that never goes out of style.
Kelsey S. McKenna '15, right, and inactive Crimson editor Hannah M. Borowsky '15 share a laugh during the Leverett House Senior Dinner on Thursday. The blockmates, who were in the same Freshman Outdoor Program group, met when Orowsky let McKenna store her wallet in her purse. They have been friends ever since.
With the goal of finding the perfect combination for Harvard diners, Harvard Campus Services continues to experiment with the selection of food trucks in the Science Center Plaza.
Nothing complements the fall spirit and curbs cravings for the sweet, nourishing comfort of home quite like food.
The new policy, which is slated to take effect today, was announced in an email sent to the student body by Dean of the Office of Student Life Stephen Lassonde.
Welcome to The Verdict, Flyby's newest advice column! After living at Harvard for officially 82 days (88 if you count FOP; big shout out to FOP 12!), I can finally say I am happy with my meals here. I have figured out to get exactly what I want out of every breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Everyone complains about the dining hall food, many for good reason; but if you search a little harder and spend five more minutes curating your plate, there’s no reason not to be satiated and, dare I say it, satisfied.
Decorations cover the entree line in Lowell Dining Hall Thursday evening, Oct. 24th, 2013. Harvard dining halls offered a harvest-themed dinner with mashed potatoes, fresh squash and other fall delicacies.