Isabel S. Hebert
Love sites like Groupon, but wish the deals were located closer to campus? Now, thanks to Harvard Student Agencies’ recent partnership with Edhance, students have access to deals in the Square and beyond.
Harvard Stem Cell Institute researchers may have found a new use for cell therapy in patients with cardiac damage.
As the year winds down, HUHDS has been gracing dining halls near you with exciting themed meals. On Tuesday, dining halls served Japanese food in solidarity with disaster victims on the other side of the world. Tonight, HUHDS brings us its annual sustainability dinner, featuring eco-friendly local foods like carved whole chicken, steamed mussels, and fresh vegetables.
Next time you're in your dining hall, don't pass on dessert in the name of healthy eating. A recent Harvard study concluded that consuming chocolate lowers blood pressure, improves cholesterol levels, and may reduce the risk of diabetes.
This year 10 teams fought for culinary glory during a heated Guac Off hosted by The Harvard College Culinary Society, a student group which plans events Harvard foodies.
Planning to stay for Senior Week and Commencement, but want free housing and something to do?
Caught up in the frenzy of March Madness and hoping to shoot some hoops yourself? You can play basketball to benefit a great cause this Saturday at the MAC.
The U.S. News & World Report recently released its 2012 rankings of graduate schools, and this year many of Harvard's graduate schools barely missed the top spot.
You may have heard the word "Vinyasa" used before to describe a yoga class, but do you really know what it means? Vinyasa is a style of yoga that emphasizes breath-movement coordination and repetitions of flowing poses.
Ever had the urge to run out of the classroom and get your hands dirty? The Harvard Community Garden, located in the open lot in front of Lowell House, gives Harvard students just that opportunity.
Have you ever had the urge to shout from the rooftops your undying love for the United States? We can't help you with the rooftops, however, but thanks to the new website "God Bless 'Merica," created by Adams House resident Justin R. Butler '11, you can come pretty close. Butler combined his web design hobby with inside jokes between him and his friends into a blog that allows people to share why they love 'Merica.
Looking for a way to exercise that will keep you warm during the chilly Cambridge winter? Perhaps yoga is the way to go.