Graduating FM executives share a few words of advice.
When I was 13, I learned a new meaning for the alphabet, or at least its first four letters. “A, ...
Friday: red umbrellas out, open, sunny, outdoor seating. Saturday: red umbrellas absent, sunny, outdoor seating. Sunday: red umbrellas back, tied up, cloudy, no outdoor seating. No clear trends.
The subway, the train, the T, the underground, the metro, the tube-whatever you call it, it's how we get around. Boston's happens to be the first, and when one has the world's most ancient subway system, it's easy to dismiss it as old news. But the MBTA has a big birthday this year, and it deserves its rightful centennial celebration. For the week, we played "I Spy." This is what we saw.
As part of our Housing Market series, we'll be posting reviews and rankings for each of Harvard's 12 residential Houses over the next few days. Click here to read more about the series. Welcome to Dunster House! Built in 1930, this house has a proud history. Known for its red bell-tower and its wide courtyard that looks over the Charles, Dunster House was one of the first two Houses constructed under former President Abbott L. Lowell's House Plan. Overall, while Dunster is certainly not the most centrally located House nor the House with the best rooming, it maintains a popular dining hall and a great deal of House pride.
Thanks to Twitter and its half billion users, there are a lot of #s and @s floating around cyberspace these days. How many of them, though, are Harvard-related? Don't even try counting. Since sifting through a bajillion tweets is not ideal, we've narrowed down the list. Here are the top five Harvard-related Twitters that have, in our opinion, mastered the art of 140-character entertainment.
Harvard has its own long and complex history with communism—and its own formative experiences of anxiety and exclusion.
If Elle Woods were real, she'd be stoked right now. Hoping to bring social nights back to campus, the Harvard Law School opened a new venue, simply called "The Pub," last week.
Thanksgiving Break: The First Encounter
Origin: ½ Latin: locu-, loc-. Other ½ unknown. Bles is potentially Old English. Maybe Norse. Or Latin (again).
When I walked into the first day of Life Sci 2 lab, I was hit with the smell of formaldehyde. ...
Tony C. Hsieh ’95 has an eye for business—and a head for it. The CEO of Zappos.com, an online retail ...
When Alexa L.M. von Tobel ’06 graduated from the College, she realized that she and her friends knew a lot ...
Megan L. Amram ’10 is an Internet phenom with over 80,000 followers on Twitter. With her characteristic hilarity, she emailed with FM about slacking off, writing, and her steer carcass cravings.