Institute of Politics Director Trey Grayson '94 takes a brief pause from his sixth "chickwich" of the day as part of the "chickwich challenge" put on by he and William H. Marks '13 to raise money for the Phillip Brooks House Association. The duo were sponsored by Harvard affiliates in their attempts to eat 13 chicken patties in all 13 dining halls during a single lunch period.
This Wednesday, two men partook in a true test of heart and stomach when they set out to consume thirteen Chickwiches in all thirteen dining halls over the course of one lunch period.
William H. Marks '12-'13, an inactive Crimson business editor, and C. M. Trey Grayson '94, director of the Institute of Politics, attempted what has been deemed the "Chickwich Challenge" to raise money for the Phillip Brooks House Association.
The Nostalgics play Motown favorites and original songs before the public and student body. Comprised of Harvard undergraduates, the band performed in the newly-opened Plaza during Harvards' Arts First week.
Protesters stand in Harvard Square with signs calling for the release of primates from the New England Primate Research Center to sanctuaries. NEPRC, affiliated with Harvard Medical School in Southborough, is set to close in 2015.
The steps of Memorial Church were filled with students and activists engaged in a discussion about immigration reform Saturday evening. Entitled “Out of the Shadows,“ the event was organized by Harvard College Act on a Dream.
With signs that read “Nosotros Somos Iguales” and “Keep Families Together” as a backdrop, students gathered on the steps of Memorial Church Saturday evening to speak out about comprehensive immigration reform.
Andre Agassi talks to students about his tennis career and perfectionism, giving the advice to understand when things are out of one's control. Agassi was a guest of the Leadership Institute at Harvard College on Tuesday.