Tokyo Kid, located in the Garage, is letting its inventory of DVDs, manga, figurines, and other anime merchandise sell out as it plans to close.
With concern that tours disrupt academic activity, the Science Center has implemented a new policy forbidding the entry of tour groups.
The textbook for “American Constitutional Law” was mistakenly sold to students at the Coop for over $50 above the actual price.
The Independent Designer’s Market—held on the second Sunday of each month at 30 Brattle St.—offers local artists the opportunity to sell clothing, jewelry, photography, and art.
Amy Poehler smirks while the crowd laughs after Ivy Oration speaker Scott A. Levin-Gesundheit '11 refers to her as "blonde Tina Fey."
Guest speaker Amy Poeher addresses the Class of 2011 and their guests during Class Day.
Laura Jaramillo '10/'11 gives the female Harvard Oration entitled "A Cow's Tale" during Class Day 2011.
Class Day 2011 was host to several speeches such as the Harvard and Ivy Orations, an address by Dean Hammonds, and a speech given by guest speaker Amy Poehler.
Scott A. Levin-Geshundheit '11 delivers his Ivy Oration entitled "We Are Not Special."