When Sally K. Scopa ’13 returned to Currier House after the summer, the bike she stored in one of the House’s gated courtyards had gone missing. In fact, all the bikes that had once been locked onto the racks were gone.
Quad Bikes—a store that sells new and used bicycles—had taken them.
MBTA Police as well as Red Line employees, will be posted in the Central Square, Harvard Square, Porter Square, Davis Square, and Alewife T Stations for an outreach program to prevent bike theft on Wednesday afternoon, between 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
With the end of the school year looming ahead, students are scrambling to find boxes to pack away their belongings for the summer. Harvard Student Agencies, Staples, and Dickson Brothers all sell storage materials, but the Harvard Environmental Action Committee aims to provide an environmentally friendly and cost-effective alternative to buying new boxes.
In our new Office Hours series, we interview some of Harvard's most colorful professors on issues related, or sometimes unrelated, to their field of expertise. In this edition, Professor Andrew Berry talks about Organismic and Evolutionary Biology and the beauty of evolutionary theory.
Last Sunday, Far East Movement headlined the sixth annual Yardfest performance, drawing a record audience of students and prefrosh. After the show, the four members of the group stayed for a meet and greet before visiting the Harvard party scene.
As temperatures rise, students flock outdoors to celebrate spring's arrival. Students looking for more opportunities to spend a stress-relieving hour outside can join Harvard's Center for Wellness outdoor tai chi or yoga class.
B.good is offering a special deal this week to support the Harvard Classics Men's Club Basketball Team's efforts to raise funds to send 10 of its members to the Men's Club Basketball National Championship.