Kerry M. Flynn

Harvard Square

Otto Offers Unique Pizzas

Otto Pizza, a gourmet specialty pizza restaurant, opened its Harvard Square location on Saturday, filling the empty lot on 1432 Mass. Ave.

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Food and Drink

Au Bon Pain Remodels Interior

Au Bon Pain has remodeled to offer more meal options and a new marketplace design.

Food and Drink

Chocolate Melts over Harvard Square

Chocolate lovers can soothe their cravings as Harvard Square businesses fill their stores, restaurants, and displays with chocolate treats this weekend.

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Food and Drink

Au Bon Pain Remodels with New Services

What was once just a counter-service bakery and café has transformed into a marketplace with new fresh meal options and services.

Harvard in the World

Moscow Bombing Reawakens Fears

In the wake of an explosion in Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport yesterday that killed an estimated 35 people and injured 180 others, some Russian students and experts at Harvard recalled the ongoing violence that has plagued Russia.

Music

Students' Song Benefits Haiti Relief

In commemoration of the one-year anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Haiti, a group of Harvard students recently released a song and music video to raise funds for those affected by the disaster and spur continued awareness.

Crime

Square Sees Stabbing, Robbery in Past Five Weeks

A man was stabbed in the neck by an assailant in the vicinity of Brattle and Church Street around 11:25 p.m. on Jan. 2.

Student Life

Students Stuck in ‘Shuttle’ Mix-Up

About thirty students boarded an unmarked, white van that they mistakenly thought to be a Harvard shuttle to the Quad Saturday night. Instead, they found themselves facing a driver demanding $5 per person before allowing them to disembark.

Harvard Square

Harvard Square Creperie Shutters Doors

Arrow Street Crepes, the Harvard Square creperie located near the intersection of Mass. Ave. and Arrow St., closed its doors earlier this month.

Harvard Medical School

Haitian Cholera Strain from South Asia

A cholera strain that has killed more than 2,000 people in Haiti since October is South Asian in origin, according to a study conducted by several Harvard affiliates, who matched bacteria samples from Haiti with ones from Bangladesh.

Student Life

Harvard Forest Offers Research Experience

Harvard Forest’s REU program gives students from universities across the country, sometimes with little to no ecology research experience, the opportunity to conduct projects for 12 weeks during the summer.

Cambridge

Cambridge Health Alliance Honored

Cambridge Health Alliance, a Harvard-affiliated public healthcare system, was named to Harvard Pilgrim Health Care’s 2010 Pediatric Honor Roll on Nov. 23.

UHS

Expert Weighs in on Dining Hall Nutrition

Freshmen had the opportunity to ask health experts questions in Annenberg dining hall tonight.

On Campus

Weatherhead Fellow Discusses Brazilian Economy

Seated at a round table in Leverett Private Dining Room, Fabio L. Carneiro, the deputy head of supervision department at the Central Bank of Brazil, led a dinner discussion with students about international economics in Brazil.

Youth Homelessness in the Square
Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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Columns

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