Be glad we’re not suggesting a lump of coal.
Sophomore Laura Gemmell, the defending national champion, got her second collegiate campaign started on the right foot, sweeping all three of her opponents this weekend. The women’s squash team, ranked first nationally, beat Brown, Stanford, and Williams by identical 3-0 counts.
A mock duel breaks out at The Battle of Hogwarts, a Harry Potter themed brain break held at Annenberg in honor of the upcoming movie.
On November 6, Leverett Dining Hall played host to the Harvard South Asian Dance Company’s production of “Kalpanam: The Rebirth of Love,” which showcased various dance styles.
The Bharatanatyam: Thillana is just one of the classical Indian dances presented at Kalpanam 2010, a performance hosted by the Harvard South Asian Organization Saturday night.
Members of the Harvard South Asian Association perform classical dances in “Kalpanam 2010: The Rebirth of Love” last Saturday in Leverett dining hall.
Harvard’s Food Literacy Project collaborates with local non-profit City Sprouts to garden at the Graham and Park School Sunday afternoon.
Take a break from Cambridge, and use funding from Harvard to take an exotic vacation during J term. It's okay. It furthers your education.
Boston residents gather on the Boston waterfront Saturday afternoon to enjoy locally prepared food, a farmer’s market, and live music at the Boston Local Food Festival.