After serving as host of Cultural Rhythms, serenading the audience with snippets of her songs, and dancing with Harvard Bhangra, Artist of the Year Nicole Scherzinger sat down and talked with Flyby before rushing off to catch a plane to London.
Nicole Scherzinger, singer and former member of the Pussycat Dolls, has been named the Harvard Foundation’s 2013 Artist of the Year.
With the Inn at Harvard slated to become swing housing for Dunster House students during house renewal in 2014, an undetermined number of the Inn’s employees face potential layoffs. Currently, there are approximately 65 employees working at the Inn at Harvard, which is scheduled to close on July 15.
174 pairs of hands rushed to tear open envelopes containing cards revealing the identity of their new sisters. The women shrieked with excitement as they ran to locate their sororities.
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Despite the addition of a fourth sorority on campus, the number of women who signed up for sorority recruitment at Harvard this year remained constant from last.
Emmy Award-winning actor Kiefer Sutherland has been named the recipient of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals 2013 Man of the Year Award.
Marion Cotillard, an Academy Award-winning French actress known for her roles in “Inception” and in the biographical French film “La Vie En Rose,” joins an elite group of actresses who have won the Hasty Pudding Award.
Though scaffolding and black tarp continue to shroud the facade of Old Quincy, renovations on the building are proceeding according to plan.
When Stephen Lassonde takes the helm of the Office of Student Life in March, he will encounter issues similar to many he faced in his previous posts, including a changing residential environment and a disciplinary system that many have described as misguided.
French actress Marion Cotillard has been named the recipient of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals 2013 Woman of the Year award.
Stephen Lassonde, deputy dean of the college at Brown University, has been named Harvard College’s new dean of student life.
After four years as Pforzheimer House Masters, Nicholas A. Christakis and Erika L. Christakis ’86 will leave Harvard this summer to take on new positions at Yale.
As warm winter coats and gloves have found their way back into Harvard Square, so have student favorites like Korean barbecue found their way back into Harvard’s dining halls.
Songs ranging from a Chinese tune that depicts the seven states of being drunk to a rendition of an instrumental piece in the French film ‘Amelie’ filled Dudley House dining hall Sunday night during the World Music Ensemble’s fall concert.
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