Alec G. Ellsworth, a student at the Extension school, spends his sunny day outside the Coop, playing fiddle as he's done for the past ten years. Although his earnings turn out to be about $4 an hour, he says "it's not for the money anyways."
Sun and high spirits brought everyone out to enjoy the warm weather on Wednesday, with one of the main draws being the steps of Memorial Church.
Stat 104 is packed on the first day of shopping week, with interested students filling Science Center C on Monday afternoon.
Every fat cat deserves a solid paw-lickin' every now and again.
Stat 104 on the first day of shopping week in Jan. 2012, with interested students filling Science Center C on Monday afternoon.
Freshman Chuck Katis touches in first in the 100-yard breaststroke for his second of three victories on Thursday afternoon.
Author Carl Zimmer discusses his latest book about the scientific significance of tattoos at the Harvard Museum of Natural History on Tuesday night. Here, he's caught saying, "wow, that's geek love" when displaying a tattoo of a DNA helix with a loved-one's initials coded in amino acids.
The first floor might not be your best bet, with almost all carrels occupied by sad, smelly Lamonsters, as pictured here on Saturday night..
If this looks welcoming, it is time for an Intervention, Widener-vs-Lamont style.
Apple, Starbucks, and Lamont all go together like peas in a pod on a Saturday night.