When Amy Chen ’12 and Dylan A. Kotliar returned home to Princeton, N.J. during Thanksgiving their freshman year, they rekindled their high-school romance.
This year’s Harvard-Yale game might sound more like the World Cup than the typical college football match, thanks to student-initiated campaigns at both schools to sell fans vuvuzelas—South African horns that produce a loud monotone drone.
Administrators and students explored whether extracurricular activities induce excessive stress and whether the transition to sophomore year can be eased at a Committee on Student Life meeting yesterday morning.
1975 Harvard Grads express satisfaction and optimism for the future, though tinged with some regrets.
Over 30 undergraduates discussed the role and practices of final clubs at the first publicized meeting of an initiative that opposes the current state of the clubs held on Friday afternoon.
Kegs and hard liquor will be banned at the Harvard-Yale tailgate this year, in keeping with restrictions in place two years ago.
Last Thursday night, nearly every Harvard undergraduate received an invitation under his or her door.
Following student opposition to College plans to close four House dining halls during Columbus Day weekend, the College administration announced that all undergraduate student dining halls will remain open throughout the holiday.
Four House dining halls will be closed for Columbus Day weekend, causing 180 students in one House to petition for the restoration of dining hall service that weekend.
Dunster House library books are now free for perusal thanks to the removal of brass bars that previously ran across the library shelves.
House budgets have been modestly increased by five percent or less this year—with Quad House budgets increasing the most—due to an extensive evaluation of House finances initiated in the midst of the financial crisis.
Leverett House Master and Physics Professor Howard M. Georgi ’68, known to his House as “Chief,” will now serve as ...
Students wrestled with a mechanical bull, feasted on nachos and corn dogs, and battled for victory in a human foosball game at the Harvard Carnival on Friday.
The fact that many freshman roommates have similar—but not too similar, they say—personalities and interests is the product of a careful and unusually nuanced process.
A new oak is growing in Harvard Yard, but not a tree—“Oak Yard” has joined Crimson, Elm, and Ivy Yards as the fourth freshman residential neighborhood.