Michelle L. Quach
About an hour ago, the 10:40 p.m. shuttle to the Quad got into a minor accident on Massachussetts Avenue, right across from the Holyoke Center.
Yesterday night, as we walked past the old Z Square location at 14 JFK St., we noticed something intriguing. The windows were still covered up, no indications of a new business were immediately evident (at least, from where we were standing)...yet there were definitely people inside. We peeked through the door and saw a placard that said something along the lines of "Russell House Tavern closed for a private function." Interesting, we thought. When had a Russell House Tavern opened in Harvard Square?
For those who will be traveling to and from the Quad between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. tonight, take heed.
A reader just sent us this tasty tidbit: a new quick-service restaurant might be coming to Holyoke Street.
Around this time every year, a crucial question looms over campus. Everyone wants to know, claims to know one thing—which of Harvard’s 12 residential Houses is the best?
Around 10:40 p.m. yesterday, one of our correspondents walked by Bartley's and noticed that the front window had been shattered. As we reported earlier, the window was boarded up by 12:27 a.m.
If you're one of those people who finds shopping week way more stressful than it should be, here are two tools to make your life a little easier.
Just got back to campus and need to grab a meal? Check to see if your House dining hall is open yet.
A few days ago, we reported that Harvard's latest attempt to entice prefrosh involves changing the name of the "April Visiting Program" to something more fun. This weekend, we found out what our friends in New Haven have been working on: a lusciously filmed, perfectly choreographed admissions video that makes getting an education at Yale seem like just another a day at Disneyland.
Have you ever seen a House Master in a polar bear costume pretend to maul some fake Kirkland students? Well, in this post-House Life Survey world, you better be ready for anything.
Does no one want to be a House Master anymore? Three days ago, Eliot House Masters Lino Pertile and Anna Bernsted announced that they will be stepping down after a ten-year tenure. Today, in an e-mail to their House open list, Cabot House Masters Jay M. Harris and Cheryl L. Harris said their good-byes.