Normally John Harvard is all business, but even the J-Man himself is known to find time for some fun in the sun.
Since the Crimson faced off against three club teams and Princeton this weekend, senior goaltender Lydia Gardner recieved some rest with freshman Nicola Pearlman playing substantial minutes.
Harvard Square has changed, but pot has remained a constant.
The student-run Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, located in the University Lutheran Church, is looking for volunteers for its winter shifts.
Students report that it is easy to use recreational drugs at Harvard without facing the same repercussions as those off of university grounds.
The new, 45,000 square foot Quad home for on-campus student organizations.
Hezzy S. Smith '08 donates blood to the American Red Cross, with the help of technician Sarah Denver in Loker Commons yesterday afternoon.
Construction continues on a new graduate student dormitory on Cowperthwaite Street. The city announced that it would not renew a Harvard permit to divert trucks from the road. The move leaves students worried about noise.
Acting Dean of the Business School Jay O. Light re-opened the Baker Library yesterday, concluding a two-year, $53.4 million renovation project. The first floor now includes numerous 42-inch televisions.
University President Lawrence H. Summers speaks to the Class of 2009 at Opening Exercises yesterday afternoon.