Food and Drink
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It is with a heavy heart and a reluctantly eupeptic gullet that this gourmand must report the untimely, unjust, and wholly understandable demise of a HUDS staple: the Chickwich.
There are a lot of bars in Harvard Square that serve decent glasses of prosecco and interesting cocktails for around ten bucks a pop, which is cute, considering I’ll have to start repaying student loans in a year if I don’t get into grad school. For this reason, FM is giving the people what they want: the best cheap wines of Harvard Square, reviewed by a seasoned early twenty-something casual drinker with no specialty knowledge of alcohol whatsoever. Have at me.
HUDS now offers a revamped grill menu in all undergraduate dining halls.
Harvard students lined up as early as 3:45pm in front of the food trucks in the Science Center Plaza on September 3 to be one of the lucky first fifty customers to receive free food. This event was promoted by the UC and included a variety of a cappella performances.
Though chefs vary in age, prior experience, and time at the College, they collectively work to meet the unique challenge of feeding a large undergraduate population and their varied tastes.
From 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. tonight (and we guess tomorrow morning), there will be the Chicken and Rice Guys food truck in the Quad, thanks to a new Drug and Alcohol Peer Advisors pilot initiative.
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).