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Happy Wednesday! If you’re already overwhelmed by the number of classes you’ve shopped so far, take some solace in the fact that this week is already halfway over! As you’re waiting for the weekend to come, here are some questions on your mind that you’ve probably thought of lately:
Freshmen gather on the steps of Widener Library to watch the screening of "Legally Blonde," hosted by the College Events Board on Thursday, Aug. 29.
Freshmen learn about Lamont Library and its resources during guided tours on Thursday, Aug. 29.
Welcome back to campus and happy first day of classes! Whether your room is still full of unopened Collegeboxes or you’ve already done the reading for next week’s lecture, we’re sure you’ll re-adjust to d-hall food, p-sets, and the Shuttle Tracker (for all those quadlings) in no time.
Starting this fall, shuttle service will include a 5:15 a.m. trip and increased service during move-in week and senior week.
As Harvard College tears down financial barriers to entry, its low-income students say they still wonder if they have a place inside the Ivory Tower.
When the classroom leaves them unfulfilled, undergraduates increasingly turn to Harvard’s burgeoning extracurricular scene for another kind of education.
Catherine A. Gellert, president of the Harvard Alumni Association, welcomes a crowd gathered into the Yard to the organization's annual meeting.
University President Drew G. Faust addresses graduates, alumni, and honorees during the Afternoon Exercises of the 2014 Commencement services.
When Dave Griffin's date showed up at The Sinclair for her second date with Dave Griffin, what she didn't know was that besides her aforementioned suitor's genuine interest in her, he'd had other reasons for asking her out.
Members of the Saint Benedict Center of Harvard, Mass. join together in prayer to protest the black mass Monday evening outside Memorial Hall.
Members of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family, and Property protest a Harvard extension School's plans for a Satanic black mass reenactment Monday evening outside Memorial Hall.
Cabot students pet a bunny on the quad lawn on May 7. Animal Craze brought furry animals to the quad to help students relax and take a study break during reading week.