As Benjamin Franklin famously (kind of) said, “at Harvard, nothing can be said to be certain, except lazy TFs and overeager students.” Whether because they’re struggling with an assignment or hoping to suck up to their grader, overeager students can regularly be found at TFs’ office hours. So for those lazy TFs out there, here are the top five ways to deter students from showing up when you’re just trying to get ahead on your dissertation and watch some Hulu.
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The Cambridge City Council approved a resolution Monday evening “condemning” Harvard Medical School’s decision to cut 31 custodial contract jobs, joining a chorus of voices urging the University to reconsider the move.
Buy yourself a $5.79 pint, and you too will understand that CVS’s supremacy in the Square’s frozen yogurt market is undeniable.
On a day in which temperatures hit 99 degrees in Boston, workers were out in full force Friday at Harvard’s Old Quincy and Old Leverett buildings.
Old Glory, or at least a close equivalent, flies atop a mound of Ben and Jerry's Greek frozen yogurt.
A Philadelphia-area mom (or at least someone claiming to be one) posted on Craigslist on Tuesday, looking for a “cute young girl” to deflower her Harvard-bound son. In exchange, she will “make your financial issues disappear. ;)”
Yogurtland patron Debbie Marujo exits the new frozen yogurt joint, chocolate and pistachio froyo in hand.
Clover in Harvard Square is closed after possible ties to a salmonella outbreak in the area.
Debuting last Monday, Harvard's new IDs (bottom) feature a redesigned background, new fonts, and no printed expiration date.
Thanks to some sleuthing by Crimson reporters, the 2013-2014 FAS Courses of Instruction catalog is available early.
Sarah E. Thomas, director of Oxford University’s library system, was appointed vice president for the Harvard Library, University Provost Alan M. Garber ’76 announced in a press release Monday.
The roof of a charter bus was damaged following a crash on Soldiers Field Road on February 2, 2013. The State of Massachusetts is filing a criminal charge against the driver of the bus, Samuel J. Jackson.
Recently, the Ivy League and Harvard have prioritized preventing and treating concussions. But despite this, every year, the concussions keep coming.