Meghan M. Brockmeyer
Rapper David Banner visited Harvard last weekend to speak at a conference entitled, "LA Riots: Twenty Year Later," a reflection on social justice and inequality in America in the aftermath of the Los Angeles riots in 1992. Flyby sat down to talk with the successful rapper, producer, and social activist, who has worked to raise awareness about the shooting of Trayvon Martin.
In 1673, Harvard was facing a succession crisis. Harvard had been established just 37 years earlier, and, in the winter of 1673, it faced one of the most serious threats in its early history.
Beauty, talent, and brains reign supreme for Isha H. Jain '12, who made Glamour Magazine’s list of “Top 10 College Women” for her lifelong work in the biological fields and involvement in Harvard's National Symposium for the Advancement of Women in Science.
In this installment of Dining Delights, we bring you three clever ways to incorporate this spring's top dining hall fruits into tasty concoctions.
Through some Googling and some strategic late-night television watching, here's what we've been able to dig up so far about Banks' time along the Charles.
Budding economists eager to learn about opportunity cost will soon be faced with football, not golf, when they hit the third chapter of their economics textbook.
Need a break from compulsively refreshing your Facebook homepage? Take a minute to watch a promo for the upcoming NBC show "America's Next Great Restaurant" and score yourself a "buy one, get one free" coupon from Chipotle.
Dying to see your classmates in drag? Student tickets to the Hasty Pudding Theatrical's production of "Kashmir If You Can" will be offered this afternoon for a discounted price of ten dollars (with Harvard ID).
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.
The phrase "get a room" took on a whole new meaning earlier this week.
Two Lowell House students will take the podium in Lowell dining hall to deliver a five-minute speech on a topic of personal significance on weenights at 7:20 p.m. this semester. Students will prepare their speeches with help from Lowell Senior Common Room members who will continue to serve as advisers for upcoming speakers.
If you are ready to play Cupid for a change, a new matchmaking site for Harvard and MIT affiliates aims to make you the doctor of love.
In the latest installment of Saturday Night Lives' seemingly never-ending parody of "The Social Network," this past weekend's episode of SNL began with not one, but all three "Zuckerbergs."