In an effort to encourage students to eat less red meat this February, Harvard’s Environmental Action Committee is bringing a national campaign called the Veguary Challenge to Harvard’s dining halls.
The pungent odor that had greeted students in Adams House dining hall since late last week was eradicated Tuesday following a sequence of repairs over the weekend.
Despite a growing number of new HUDS initiatives directed at offering students healthier and more well-balanced meals, we have been unable to escape the myriad varieties of deep-fried potato. HUDS offers the humble spud in a number of forms to satisfy your need for starch. These executions succeed to varying degrees.
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.
Over winter break, HUDS added flavored water dispensers to the d-halls. Flyby is deeply divided in our feelings about this pressing issue.
HUDS recently added infused water machines to their beverage options in the college dining halls.
Students returning to campus after winter break were greeted by new flavored-water machines in many of Harvard’s undergraduate dining halls.
HUDS employees, Harvard students, and other Harvard affiliates gathered last Wednesday to talk about the proposed changes to the worker health insurance plan. The event was sponsored by the Student Labor Action Movement.
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.
Martin, or simply “John” to the hundreds of freshman he sees everyday, has become somewhat of a celebrity for students at Harvard.
Students from across a variety of organizations gathered inside the Phillips Brooks House last week to hear testimonials from HUDS workers, who expressed concerns over possible changes to health care.
HUDS employees, Harvard students, and other Harvard affiliates gather to talk about the proposed changes to the worker health insurance plan. The event was sponsored by the Student Labor Action Movement.