Linoleum floors, white walls, and random posters pulled from roommates’ recycling bins may suffice for most students’ nine-month dorm stint.
Creating an inspired look from scratch with 24 dollars in 24 hours? For fashion veteran Lucy W. Baird ’10, this
Harvard students are once again trading in books for bunkers as another game of “Risk” begins just in time for
Lori M. Adelman ’08 looks anything but ready when she answers the door in her pink bathrobe. But the relative
“A secretary is not a toy!” Future corporate moguls in the audience would do well to take heed when John
Winter Root Vegetables & Tiny Ricotta Gnocchi at Upstairs on the Square: $20. Linguini with Meatballs at Bertucci’s: $12.25. Finding
One of the most romantic things about being a student at Harvard is living in the historic Houses. But settling
1) Bury yourself in Harvard Yard and wait for “Archaeology of Harvard Yard” students to find you in twenty years.
Hitting up Sunday brunch to try and recover from your hangover is one thing. But stuffing your face full of
Looking informed about Palestinian solidarity has never been so easy. Combining style with global enlightenment, a new contender has emerged
Even random research projects deserve recognition. Last week’s Ig Nobel Prize ceremony in Sanders Theatre did just that, celebrating the
Naked people delivered straight to your dropbox? Sweet. Sexy is more than just back with the resurrection of H-Bomb, a