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And while we are pretty bummed that Garden Party (by that we mean Farmal) season is officially over, we’re pretty pumped for [BLANK] Party next Friday, October 9th in the Science Center Plaza.
Alaina M. Richert, a freshman from Indiana, poses outside Matthews Hall with her pipes. Richert practices regularly in the freshman music rooms located in the basement of Matthews.
The lunar eclipse was visible from the Science Center Plaza on Sunday, Sept. 27, when students and observers gathered to watch the display. The blood moon was last seen in 1982 and will not be seen again until 2033.
You wake with the sun, in a fowl mood. The ground is rough beneath your bony feet, and you taste the regret of your previous night in bilious waves rippling up your gullet.
Maybe she’s born with it. Or maybe it’s Malan. Have you ever dreamed of smelling like your CS50 professor? No, we haven’t either. But we have wondered what it would be like if professors’ essences could be captured, bottled up, and sold on the open market.
Boston-area residents participate in weekly stair runs at the Harvard Stadium, enjoying a sense of community.
Kevin B. Holden ’05 quotes poetry slowly, cautiously, dredging each line from memory with a look of intense concentration.
Parijat Lal ’17 does his work in a Dunster House common room on Wednesday afternoon. Many undergraduates are critical of the hallway common rooms featured in recent house renovations.
Harvard Republican Club President Aaron I. Henricks '16, often describes the campus group as a "big tent," welcoming self-identified Republicans from the Tea Party to the center right.
"When we’ve essentially said that one viewpoint is not acceptable to be spoken out for, I think that’s dangerous not only for the folks on [our] side but also the folks who disagree with us—I think being challenged helps you sharpen your viewpoints, it makes you smarter about things," said Kurt K Haeffner '18.
Undergraduates are critical of the hallway common rooms featured in recent House renovations at the expense of private space.
Undergraduate Council representative criticize the Council's decision to continue funding smartphone application Ventfull.
The fundraising drive will now focus on priorities that have received fewer donations, namely house renewal and funding for new teaching techniques.