Results of a recent Crimson survey indicate that most students are generally satisfied with House resources, although they may not be involved with their residences day-to-day.
Students circle the holiday tree in the courtyard of Kirkland House on Monday evening. Members of Kirkland’s House Committee set up the tree earlier that afternoon, according to HoCo member Melissa Balding ’17.
Students decorate the dining hall of Kirkland House with wreaths and lights on Monday evening.
David Black reads from his new novel, Fast Shuffle, for an intimate audience in Kirkland Monday evening. He is an award-winning journalist, novelist, screenwriter, and producer.
“It’s my version of ‘Don Quixote’ about a man today who think he’s a 1940s detective,” Black said as he introduced the book. “He sees the mystery in everything.”
Despite some student objections, a portion of the MAC quad will be paved over to make way for an expanded parking lot.
Students from Eliot and Kirkland Houses watch as the Cambridge Fire Department responds to a fire Monday evening.
A Harvard University Police Department officer stands in front of Eliot House as the Cambridge Fire Department responds to an electrical fire on Monday evening.
Students briefly evacuated Kirkland and Eliot Houses on Monday evening after a small electrical fire broke out in a walk-in refrigerator between the Houses’ dining halls.
Jordan Mann '15 hugs Kirkland Co-Housemaster Verena A. Conley before entering Memorial Church preceding the Commencement Exercises on May 28.
Students and faculty eat during Kirkland House's annual spring faculty dinner on Wednesday evening. The dinner served as an opportunity for Kirkland residents to have closer contact with faculty members.
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