Food and Drink
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Harvard dining halls are on the verge of a revolution.*
After a conflict with the Office of Student Life, the student founders of the food delivery start-up will seek to expand their business to other schools.
Laura E. D'Asaro '13 and Rose Wang '13-'14 are college roommates and co-founders of the food startup Six Foods, a company that creates edible insect recipes to promote health and sustainability.
A mishmash of photographs cover all of the walls save one, which instead features a seemingly arbitrary mural of a whale and a mermaid consuming pizza. Some photos are black and white, and some are in color. Some have one person and some have many; some have none at all. I am sure of one thing, though: they all must mean something.
Students may be familiar with The Taco Truck from its current mobile location outside the Science Center.
Advising Fortnight, now winding its way to a close, is that brief and wondrous period when concentrations vie for the attention of College students, before reverting to a holding pattern of vague disinterest.
The quick and dirty about what's been going on around the Ancient Eight (and other schools too).
The former roommates discovered the prevalence and benefits of eating insects during separate trips abroad in Africa and Asia during their undergraduate careers.
Break is only three days longer. If you haven’t figured out how to eat without the luxury of walking downstairs yet, we’re here to help.
Got a big date this week and lack sufficient funds to go to a good restaurant? Go to a school that closes dining halls during Spring Break despite the large number of students who stay on campus (who would do that?!?!)? Flyby’s got you covered. It’s Restaurant Week...or weeks… from March 12-21 and March 23-28—we wonder what March 22 did to get kicked out. Here are some places in the Boston and Cambridge areas where you can get quality food for a (relatively) low cost.
Petsi Pies all over Cambridge will be offering customers the opportunity to recite digits of Pi to receive free pies on March 14th.
This is not Tasty Burger. Or, at least, this is not the Saturday night, 3 a.m., loud and bustling, ketchup-spills-on-the-floor haven for drunk 19-year-olds that I know well. This is Tasty Burger on a Thursday at ten p.m.
River Run. It’s a tradition as old as Harvard itself (give or take 360 years) where freshmen take shots at every upperclassmen house the Housing Day eve. Other than ritual slaughter, it is the only way to appease the Housing Gods and guarantee good housing and a plentiful harvest in the Lowell Community Garden.