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It’s Thursday! In honor of Throwback Thursday, here are some songs from way back when (you know, when we thought Heelys were the “it” item and we all predicted who would grow up to be a good parent based on their Tamagotchi’s) to help get you to the weekend:
Happy Wednesday! To brighten your Wednesday today, here are a couple of unusual holidays that you can celebrate today:
The Harvard Islamic Society launched its Muslim Life Fund campaign last Friday and hopes to raise $30,000 in 2014.
The Office of BGLTQ Student Life, in partnership with other campus organizations, has expanded Harvard’s Pride Week into Pride Month in order to increase its thematic scope and impact on students.
Of the 36,000 runners racing this year’s Boston Marathon on Monday, more than two dozen will come from Harvard, either as qualifying runners or through the Harvard College Marathon Challenge.
Just months after losing one of its members in a fatal car crash, the Harvard Mock Trial team finished third at American Mock Trial Association Nationals last week, bringing one of the team’s most successful seasons to a close.
Members of the Undergraduate Council approved a paid partnership with the Harvard Business School’s new online platform HBX and announced the launch of the Council’s new website at their general meeting Sunday.
Tianhao He ’15 was awarded a Truman Scholarship last week in recognition of his commitment to public service.
Happy Thursday! For those of you either whose weekends start today or are looking for music to put on your pre-game/party playlists for this weekend, here are a few cool new releases to check out:
After a conflict with the Office of Student Life, the student founders of the food delivery start-up will seek to expand their business to other schools.
Welcome back to Listen Up! Your trusted Flyby advisers—two uniquely unqualified, naïve, decidedly uninteresting sophomores—are back with the latest advice and invaluable counsel.
Monáe’s headlining performance addressed diversity at Harvard and elicited praise, particularly in the wake of last year’s controversial artist selection.
Students danced, sang, and performed spoken word during the annual Faces of Africa show in Lowell Lecture Hall on Friday.