A student places a glass onto the dish return in Adams's dining hall. After a broken pipe interfered with the dining hall’s disher washers, Adams residents were left using plastic cutlery for several days this week.
Having missed the start to cuffing season and looking for alternatives to Tinder, 3,300 of Harvard’s lovelorn students are taking their quest for a Valentine digital this year and enrolling in Datamatch.
In an effort to encourage students to eat less red meat this February, Harvard’s Environmental Action Committee is bringing a national campaign called the Veguary Challenge to Harvard’s dining halls.
In light of his recent departure from the Office of Student Life, Mather House Masters have awarded former Dean of Student Life Stephen Lassonde the “Rampant Lion Award”—an award which they created for Lassonde—to commemorate his commitment to House life.
Student organizations requesting high levels of Undergraduate Council funding will be required to send executive board members to sexual assault prevention training under a new ordinance passed by the UC’s Finance Committee.
South Korean activist and musician Hyung Joon Won discussed his efforts to promote the reunification of North Korea and South Korea through classical music on Wednesday evening as part of the Conversations with Kirkland speaker series.
The pungent odor that had greeted students in Adams House dining hall since late last week was eradicated Tuesday following a sequence of repairs over the weekend.
Construction on Lowell is set to begin June 2017 and continue through August 2019.
With last school year’s increase of $30,000 in funding for domestic student group travel, some club leaders say that travel grant funding levels are still insufficient, while others praise the increased focus on safety.
Shawn A. Wallace ’19 scores in the closing epee match against Brandeis on Wednesday. The women’s fencing team beat Brandeis 21-6, with a 7-2 record in the epee division.
On the heels of a semester filled with rigorous debate over divisive campus issues, two undergraduates recently released an app with the goal of creating a virtual and open space for discussion.
Students form a line at Memorial Church's annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper Tuesday night. The church served breakfast food and provided live music to the community.
Ann M. Lawson cooks pancakes for the Shrove Tuesday supper at Memorial Church Tuesday night. The church served breakfast food and provided live music to the community.
Both elections were called at 8 o’clock, as soon as all of the polls had officially closed. The only tension that remained at the IOP was who would come in second and third place in the Republican race and the final margins of victory in both the Democratic and Republican races.
Students across eight Houses and Oak Yard have declared their candidacies for the 11 seats open in this year's midterm elections to the Undergraduate Council.