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Thursday evening's meal brought together locally-grown foods in an effort to celebrate Harvard’s efforts at sustainability.
In total, the longtime Harvard staffer will take home $6.5 million, before taxes, in one lump sum.
Passerby and shoppers enjoy the weekly Farmer's Market, which was open Tuesday afternoon in the Science Center plaza. The market offered a vast array of fresh, organic products.
The cafe’s opening marks the implementation of a long-delayed plan to make the location a point of intersection for arts and humanities on campus.
Harvard can take steps to reverse the growing separation between people and the farms that produce their food, panelists said at the Food Better Symposium on Friday.
HUDS Chefs pick herbs from the Harvard Community Garden on Monday, which marks the start of Food Better, a week-long set of discussions aimed at improving the food system.
The Food Better campaign kicked off its inaugural year with a presentation at the Harvard Community Garden Monday, one of a week-long series of events designed to improve student awareness on all issues related to food.
It’s always refreshing to pick up a Crimson editorial and instead find yourself reading a brochure for Harvard; it reminds you what an idyllic place you thought your house would be. You believed you’d sit down with strangers and jump straight into metaphysics or social justice.
Enjoying the improved dining hall menu this year? You can thank Pankaj Pradhan, the culinary artist behind The Red Lentil, a vegan and vegetarian restaurant in Watertown, Mass. This Summer, he shared his talents with Harvard University Dining Services to bring more flavor and variety to the dining halls. FM sat down with Pradhan for five questions about the collaboration.