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Happy Monday! We’re currently wishing the weekend were one day longer so we could actually do (or maybe start) our homework, because we all know that the Monday morning routine before class is probably one of the worst parts of the week. Here’s a rundown of how your morning will probably go before your 10 a.m. class:
A professional magician entertained more than 100 students and staff at Currier House with card tricks and Harry Potter-style stunts during a magic show on Thursday.
The College will offer an additional $30,000 in grants for domestic student group travel this academic year in response to recommendations from a working group convened last spring.
Good morning, Harvard. Today we remember those who have lost their lives on 9/11 and honor those who serve to protect our country. There will be a special Morning Prayers at Memorial Church at 8:45 A.M. Additionally, through the help of the Make It Count Foundation, Harvard students have created a special 9/11 memorial made of ribbons honoring the lost lives at the flagpole in front of Annenberg.
The organizers of Harvard's Ferguson solidarity event speak about respectability politics, the narrative of success, and why being a Harvard student shouldn’t matter.
Happy Monday! Incase you needed something to make you even more excited about the start of the school week, just a friendly reminder that shopping week is coming to an end and Study Card Day is tomorrow! In light of Study Card Day, see which of the below applies to you:
Representatives from religious and non-believers on-campus groups discussed their different worldviews in a debate Sunday afternoon.
Social media platform Instagram has become Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana's virtual space of choice for more personal student outreach.
Harvard students lined up as early as 3:45pm in front of the food trucks in the Science Center Plaza on September 3 to be one of the lucky first fifty customers to receive free food. This event was promoted by the UC and included a variety of a cappella performances.
Compost bins, like the one shown above in Thayer Hall, have been placed in all of the freshman dormitories as part of a new waste-diversion program.
It’s Thursday! We all know that means one day closer to Friday, which means two days closer to the weekend! As shopping week slowly comes to an end, see how many times you’ve done the things below: