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Derrick Asiedu

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HUDS

HUHDS: Love It or Hate It?

Love the chicken fingers HUHDS served today? Hate gratuitous servings of squash? Let HUHDS know by filling out the "HUHDS Residential Dining Satisfaction Survey."

Student Groups

Tuesday Market Ends for Season

The Harvard Farmers’ Market concluded its four-month season in front of the Science Center yesterday with a tour of the ...

Cambridge Schools

Food Literacy Project, CitySprouts Collaborate on Area Gardens

Food Literacy Project representatives lent a green thumb and a helping hand yesterday at a local elementary school to CitySprouts, a Cambridge non-profit.

Student Life

Garden Celebrates First Fall Harvest

Kettle corn, kale chips, and live music abounded at the Harvard Community Garden’s Harvest Festival.

Slow Food founder Carlo Pertini
HUDS

Slow Food Founder Urges Sustainability

“Slow Food” founder Carlo Petrini traveled across the Atlantic to share a message of responsible consumption and sustainability with over 100 members of the Harvard and Cambridge communities last night in the Science Center.

Student Groups

Students Voyage to Berry Bog

Students had the chance to find out where Harvard University Hospitality and Dining Services gets its cranberry produce this past ...

House Life

Dining Halls Will Remain Open for Columbus Day

According to an e-mail sent by House administrators today, all 13 dining halls, including Dudley House, will remain open over Columbus Day weekend.

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HUDS

Four Dining Halls Close for 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.

HUDS

Four Dining Halls Closed During Columbus Day

Currier, Dunster, Kirkland, and Winthrop dining halls will be closed for the Columbus Day holiday.

HUDS

Petition to Serve Less Meat Gains Traction with HUHDS

The petition started by one Harvard junior calling for Harvard University Hospitality & Dining Services to serve less meat is quickly getting support and getting noticed.

Politics

Travis Kavulla Wants to be Your Energy Man

Travis R. Kavulla ’06-’07 has more than a hat and slick website backing his bid to be Commissioner of the Public Service Commission—the Montana native has a rich past that involves an active undergraduate career at Harvard, The National Review, Kenya, and energy policy.

Crime

False Bomb Threat At Citizens Bank

Citizens Bank in Harvard Square was the subject of a false bomb threat on Friday afternoon, according to the Cambridge Police Department.

Harvard Law School

Elena Kagan Accused of Withholding Opinions

On the third day of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, members of the Senate Judiciary Committee accused the former Harvard Law School dean of withholding her personal opinions on key legal issues.

Harvard Law School

Confirmation Hearings To Commence for Supreme Court Nominee Elena Kagan

Former Harvard Law School Dean Elena Kagan will begin today the week-long process of confirmation hearings for her nomination to the Supreme Court.

Harvard Law School

Kagan's Stance on Military Recruiting Under Scrutiny

The days leading up to Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan’s Senate confirmation hearings have been marked by increased public scrutiny of the former Harvard Law School dean’s position on military recruiting at the school.

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Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads