Quincy House residents, rejoice! If you were worried about that feeling of isolation a few hundred feet down Plympton Street, ...
Costumed fans line up outside of the soon-to-be-closed AMC Loews Harvard Square 5 to see one of the last midnight screenings of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."
Let me explain to you why the Kong is more than a restaurant—it is a home, a palace of Chinese greatness, Harvard’s capital of good times.
CBSSports’ Jon Rothstein reported earlier today that Harvard will face Saint Mary’s, California, and Memphis in 2012-2013, all on the road.
Of all the arguments made against Boloco when trying to determine Harvard Square’s best burrito, perhaps the most common is that it’s the least “authentic.”
Few could have predicted Chapple’s success.
In a year during which Ortiz was a one-man highlight reel, his proposal at the Yale Bowl, one of the lasting memories from the season, capped off a dominant campaign on the defensive line.
Fans storm the field to celebrate 2011's installment of The Game, just one of the many contests for which NBC Sports Network has newly negotiated broadcast rights.
This is not exactly what Steinbeck or a grizzled baseball veteran might have in mind for the great American highway.
I would be inclined to say that this is the biggest sports story at Harvard in a very long time, and to be honest, I have no idea how the campus would react.
Before Saturday night, I tried not to think about it. But at this point, there’s no way around it.