Amy L. Weiss-Meyer
You know Harvard is getting desperate for some social media publicity when it publishes an album of ready-to-download "Facebook Timeline Cover Photos" ranging from the Weld Boat House to Jeremy Lin in his Harvard uniform (do we finally have a mascot?!).
In this series, we showcase creative and delicious recipes that can be made using only food found in dining halls. Whether you've already sent your valentines or wish the holiday didn't exist at all, spoil yourself, your friends, and your lover(s) this Feb. 14 with these love-inspired treats! Unlike those shiny red boxes of heart-shaped chocolates, these delicious recipes won't cost you a dime.
Happy Sunday! Head to any of the House dining halls this morning for HUHDS' French Bistro Brunch, complete with white tablecloths, roses, and a baguette station. Remember to thank the fantastic dining staff for creating such a beautiful and delicious spread. Bon appétit!
Flyby has it: 13 of the best, worst, and otherwise exceptional notes from the State of the Union.
The pamphlet's designers seemed to be going for a see-how-easy-this-is-you-can-do-it-with-our-products aesthetic—simplicity was implied from the slim sans-serif font to the man’s crisp white shirt and unassuming, toothy smile.
In this series, we showcase creative and delicious recipes that can be made using only food found in dining halls. This interactive installment shows you how to prepare toast in three satisfying ways.
Need a study break? (That's a trick question—when do you not?) Need to find gifts for everyone on your list? (Of course you do.) Kill two birds with one stone by heading out of Lamont and into the Square for half an hour. You'll come back refreshed and ready to start your paper and, better yet, with all your holiday shopping done.
The weather in Cambridge has been highly unpredictable. Snow fell on the Saturday before Halloween, while only days later the sun shone brightly boasting highs reaching into the seventies. Then it was once again windy and cold, until this past Monday and Tuesday, when temperatures reached the mid-to-high sixties. Since the weather continues to surprise, here's an interactive activity on how to dress for capricious weather. By running your cursor over the graphic, find all the items worn and how they change from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
In this series, we showcase creative and delicious recipes that can be made using only food found in dining halls. This interactive installment shows you easy ways to make healthy snacks.
A group of students is selling chocolate bars to help fund medical supplies that they will bring to Honduras on a January trip.