Housing Day videos are the true testament of a good House. Did yours make the top of the list?
Long-sleeve tees and Office and Drake references were crowd-pleasers. The "Fly Quincy" bit? Not so much.
This week was dominated by Housing Day and midterms, but now it's all over and it's time for Spring Break!
Do their moms know they are participating in River Run? Do their moms know what River Run is?
In Lowell House, rrising sophomores can expect to jump into immediately into vibrant House life including regular tea times and in-house speeches
With its gold-painted walls and weekly Steins—excuse us, Carpe—Adams House is a treat for any rising sophomore.
Whether you’re in the Square, in class, or walking along the river, Quincy will always seem just close enough.
This small, close-knit House with a boar mascot is anything but boar-ing. From Secret Santa to the Kirkland Drama Society, K-House is full of homely cheer.
As the most recently renovated House, Winthrop features large suites, a beautiful dining hall and many new amenities.
A perfect rhyme, music to your ears: “E-L-I-O-T, you just won the lottery!” On Housing Day, the chants of other House residents pale in comparison.
Represented by the ever-copulating rabbit, it’s no wonder that Leverett is the House with the largest population.
The majority of Harvard students may be lonely virgins, but everyone knows that Matherites have “more singles, more sex.”
Reliable hot water goes a long way when it comes to Harvard housing. Indeed, Dunster's newly-renovated status is a perk, but it still has a long history.
Forget River vs. Quad drama, the only thing that really matters about what house you get is your mascot.