Food and Drink
A wise man once said “Pizza is a major key”, and he wasn’t lying. If you’re anything like us, pizza of questionable quality in your home town was a staple that you consumed more often than you’d like to admit. Then you got to college and the Freshman 15 quickly evolved into the Freshman 30 as you scarfed down late-night boxes from ‘Noch’s and slices from Otto’s.
Currently situated in the Smith Campus Center, Oggi’s new location on the corner of Dunster and Mt. Auburn is currently undergoing renovations.
As much as HUDS has stepped up their salad and website game this past year, eating in the dining hall still feels like a chore. However, there once was a time not too long ago when HUDS was the last word in fine dining.
When the tour guide told us that we would be eating lunch at a buffet right next to the entrance to Machu Picchu, I imagined a theme-park extravaganza of starch and docile proteins, coated in a gloss of mayonnaise.
It was, without a doubt, the best brisket I’ve ever eaten—thick slabs of meat, blackened around the edges, yet nonetheless so tender it melted immediately in my mouth.
Winthrop d-hall's flavored water dispenser. (Not shown: the colony of fruit flies that lives next to it)
New flavored water dispensers: a HUDS triumph or the bane of our existence?
Professor Carla D. Martin gives the opening lecture for her class “Chocolate, Culture, and the Politics of Food” on Wednesday. Martin discussed the history of chocolate’s popularity as well as the industry’s use of child labor.
Finals period is coming, and with it, the need for non-HUDS food is stronger than ever before. To help you through Harvard’s hell week, FM has compiled a list of ways to get a satisfying—and cheap—culinary fix.
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?
John S. Martin, an ID checker in Annenberg, swipes a student’s ID card during dinner on Tuesday night. Martin first worked at Leverett House and has worked at Annenberg for the past six years.
John S. Martin, Massachusetts native, has worked as an ID checker in Annenberg for the past six years.
Marissa Cheifetz, a member of the Longfellow holiday open house’s staff, describes the Longfellows’ holiday menu to a visitor at Friday evening’s open house.
Students enjoy bagels and lox at Hillel’s final bagel brunch of the year on Sunday morning.