Ishani D. Premaratne
Now that we've said goodbye to HUDS for a few weeks, it's time to satisfy holiday hunger pangs on our own. Sad there's no broccoli stuffed chicken? Try this dish, decadent Crème Brûlée French Toast, for Christmas morning or for New Year's Day brunch. Bon appétit!
A car crashed along Mass Ave. at Widener Gate on Tuesday. Check thecrimson.com for updates.
The atmosphere at the Harvard College Women's Center's "Teach me how to…" dance workshop was positively infectious as lively music, enthusiasm, and energy filled the Adams House dining hall on Wednesday night.
1. Some eat what they love. Others just love people who eat. According to Liam Hemsworth, a love of food is one of Miley Cyrus’s most alluring qualities. Miley’s boyfriend reported to the press, “When I look over at her when she’s biting into a steak sandwich and there is some steak sauce dripping down her chin, there is nothing sexier than that.”
Chandrika Kumaratunga, the former president of Sri Lanka, painted a sobering picture of an island nation recovering from civil war during a talk at CGIS yesterday.
India is predicted to have the third largest gross domestic product in the world in five years, according to Montek Singh Ahluwalia, India’s deputy chairman of the Planning Commission of the Government.
Before the celebration (and the rain) officially began, we asked people around the Yard about their excitement and expectations for Harvard's 375th Birthday Bash. No surprise here, there was one big thing on most people's minds: CAKE.
To protect students' health as winter arrives, Harvard University Health Services offers free flu shots.
James Dichter got into bubbles because of his niece, who loves them. He makes the bubbles himself using a mixture of Dawn dishwashing soap, pure vegetable glycerin, and water. "Everyone loves bubbles!"
Sergeant Charlie McNeill from Cambridge Auxillary has worked Oktoberfest for the past few years. "We just take care of some of the intersections." And, he added, eat lots of food.
For some, picking apples from a tree as opposed to off a shelf in a dining hall might equate to unnecessary expenditures of energy. After limited sleep and seemingly endless amounts of reading, this view is, on the one hand, understandable. On the other hand, this means missing out on one of the season’s quintessential experiences.
With so many delicious options near campus to satisfy any sweet tooth, there may not seem like there’s any reason to venture out beyond The Square. Well, here's one good reason: free ice cream.
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