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Bari C. Saltman

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Alexa H. Hirschfeld ’06 and James D. Hirschfeld ’09

In 2007, siblings Alexa H. Hirschfeld ’06 and James D. Hirschfeld ’09 were in very different places—she was working as ...

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Alexandra A. Petri '10

Students accepted to The University of Oxford’s graduate program are permitted to defer their enrollment only in cases of “unforeseen ...

Crime

April 11 – May 5: Banjo on the Balcony

As the year has come to a close, HUPD has stayed busy with theft, reports of suspicious activity, and noise complaints. As part of our Securitas series, we’ve combed through recent HUPD log entries and published some of the more colorful entries below.

Food and Drink

Play With Your Fruit

In this installment of Dining Delights, we bring you three clever ways to incorporate this spring's top dining hall fruits into tasty concoctions.

Crime

March 29 - April 9: Beer Cans in Annenberg

Over the past few weeks, HUPD has stayed busy with reports of suspicious activity, vandalism, and individuals throwing fruit. As part of our Securitas series, we’ve combed through recent HUPD log entries and published some of the more colorful entries below.

Teaching Prizes
College

Nominate a Faculty Member, Teaching Fellow, or Adviser

If you're looking for a way to give back to the individuals who have shaped your Harvard experience or simply for a way to score a good meal, there's a form that allows you to do just that.

Two Degree Bars
On Campus

From Harvard Degree to Two Degrees

Thanks to the social enterprise of one Harvard alumnus, students now have the opportunity to feed a hungry child with each Science Center stop or late-night snack.

Crime

March 3 - March 24: Throwing Oranges

Although many students left campus for Spring Break, HUPD stayed busy throughout March. As part of our Securitas series, we've combed through recent HUPD log entries and published some of the more colorful entries below.

Crime

Feb. 14 - March 3: The Reaction Was Caused by Dust

Although “suspicious activity,” computer theft, and “loud part[ies]” persist, HUPD hasn’t been particularly busy over the past few weeks. As part of our Securitas series, we’ve combed through recent HUPD log entries and published some of the more colorful entries below.

House Life

House Transfer Process Frustrates Some

Sophomores and juniors who applied to transfer from their current residence to a different House were notified of the outcome of their petitions last week.

College

'African-American Swan'

Right in time for Natalie Portman's Oscar victory on Sunday came what many of us have been waiting for: a "Black Swan" that's a little lighter. Last week, Insanitas—Harvard's newest sketch comedy group—dropped "African-American Swan," a three-minute "Black Swan" parody.

Books

Bibliographies Made Easy

For seniors nearing thesis deadlines, one unpleasant task probably remains: creating a bibliography. Fortunately, we've compiled a list of programs that are available to help nearly-finished writers list their references quickly and professionally.

Food and Drink

Order Food Seamlessly, with the Click of a Mouse

You're in your dorm room late at night, and you're starving. You're sick of food from the Kong and Noch's, and although there are hundreds of restaurants within walking distance, the weather outside is frigid. Enter SeamlessWeb, an online service that facilitates delivery and take-out orders from nearby restaurants.

Food and Drink

Valentine's Day Edition

In this series, we showcase creative and delicious recipes that can be made using only food found in dining halls. This interactive installment is Valentine's Day-themed.

Food and Drink

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Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
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Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
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Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization