With five days left until Christmas, holiday shoppers browse the Coop yesterday looking for gifts among crowded bookshelves topped with festive decorations such as poinsettias and wreathes.
A Harvard worker spreads sand along a sidewalk on Quincy Street as snow blanketed the Northeast yesterday.
Two Harvard students try out the new ice skating rink by The Charles Hotel yesterday. Temperatures in the Square dipped into the single digits last night, but the cold snap is expected to subside later in the week.
Eliot House Co-Master Anna Bensted places an ornament on the Christmas tree at the House’s annual tree-decorating party yesterday in the dining hall.
The usual flow of Science Center denizens is interrupted yesterday afternoon by a reclining, costumed Jake C. Levine ‘06, who urged them to “go cold turkey” and sign a pledge to turn off their computers this Thanksgiving break.
Students purchase clappers in front of the Science Center during the Undergraduate Council pep rally yesterday.
At a rally on the steps of Memorial Church last night, students protested the ongoing genocide in the western Sudanese region of Darfur.
Sgt. John Johnson and Sgt. Michael Johnson, brothers, recruit students at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School career fair Wednesday.
Shouting John Belushi-esque chants of “Toga! Toga! Toga!” Eddie J. Walneck ’05, Ryan J. Abraham ’05-’06 and Naupaka B. Zimmerman ’05, left to right, publicize outside of the Science Center for Saturday’s Toga Party in Mather.