Kristin M. Garcia ’05 checks out the voting booths at Quincy House yesterday. Residents of Ward 8, Precinct 3 will vote at Quincy today.
Tyler G. Neill ’07 airs out “Bush’s Dirty Laundry” on the Science Center lawn yesterday afternoon, while Ann E. Kurrasch ’07 looks on. The display was a product of the Environmental Action Committee.
A customer browses for bargains among the sparsely-filled shelves of Wordsworth Bookstore, which is going out of business and closing its doors for good on Saturday.
Sewit Teckie ’05, Quincy House Committee co-chair, grabs one of the last leftover bagels left at brain break yesterday evening in Quincy’s brand-new dining hall. Houses are planning more substantial study breaks this fall.
Lying out on the rocks by the Science Center fountain late yesterday afternoon, Anne Soulet continues to relax in the sun after teaching a stress-relief yoga session earlier in the day.
Students packed Harvard Hall 104 to capacity and spilled out into the hallway yesterday morning in hopes of taking “The American Presidency,” taught by IBM Professor of Business and Government Roger Porter.
David Azar helps a customer with Cardullo’s wine selection yesterday evening. The shop has started a program offering Harvard students 10 percent discounts with their new declining-balance cards.
Law School students come and go from the newly-renovated Harkness Commons, their social space equivalent to Loker Commons, yesterday afternoon. Summertime renovations included an expanded lounge and new furniture.