There was a full moon the night Horia Mihail “Mike” H. N. Teodorescu ’11 proposed to Debbie P. Lin ’11.
All right, so the idea of getting the flu shot in a dining hall might make you queasy. But it's better than getting the flu in a dining hall (hope everyone's using that hand sanitizer)
It's Oktoberfest, which means it's time for outdoor music, arts-and-crafts browsing, general carousing, and, of course, free (and almost free) stuff.
The fifth Monday of the term is tomorrow, which means it's your last chance to add or drop a course. ...
As you may have heard, the Committee on Degrees in Social Studies recently decided to inaugurate a $650,000 fund in ...
Around 11:40 a.m. this morning, the fire alarm went off in the Science Center, forcing hordes of students (including this ...
We just saw this poster for "Devil," M. Night Shymalan's upcoming film, on the floor of an elevator in Pfoho. The trailer for the movie will explain why we're amused.
We just realized that HUDS, which used to stand for Harvard University Dining Services, has now officially changed its name to Harvard University Hospitality & Dining Services. That's right—HUHDS. Here's the explanation that was printed on last week's dhall table tents:
Harvard Law School Professor Elizabeth Warren was appointed chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel in 2008, named Bostonian of the Year in 2009 by The Globe for bringing “a sense of sanity to the economic crisis," and is currently a contender to head the new Consumer Financial Protection Agency.
Yup, there is something different about Flyby today, and we're pleased to announce that it's here to stay.
There will be extended shuttle services tomorrow, May 8, and next Saturday, May 15, from 8:10 a.m. to 2:50 p.m. ...
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