Kamara A. Swaby
All dining halls will now serve what HUDS terms “House-Style” breakfast on Saturdays from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. followed by brunch.
The new policy, which is slated to take effect today, was announced in an email sent to the student body by Dean of the Office of Student Life Stephen Lassonde.
The addition of Saturday brunch comes as HUDS is rolling out the latest round of changes to its menu and services.
The best part of this year will not be Dean Khurana’s Instagrams, renovated Lev, or more bearable weather—if you haven’t checked out the HUDS grill yet, you should right now.
The store, whose facade made an appearance in the 1997 film “Good Will Hunting,” will make the move from its current location at 1 Bow St. to its new location at 1001 Mass. Ave. in early June.
Though chefs vary in age, prior experience, and time at the College, they collectively work to meet the unique challenge of feeding a large undergraduate population and their varied tastes.
Fewer people participated in Harvard’s semi-annual tradition Primal Scream on Thursday than in the fall term.
Internet Explorer also has a security flaw that could allow hackers to take over your computer and allow people to look at your emails (wait, doesn’t that sound familiar?).
Freshmen turned out in large numbers in Annenberg Hall Wednesday night to snack on Ferrero’s famous chocolate hazelnut spread at the Undergraduate Council’s $900 Nutella-themed study break.
Homework can wait and the latest episode of Game of Thrones will always be on HBO GO, but YOYO—You Only Yardfest Once (or four times, but you get the idea). For those who are unsure how to get the best out of that Sunday, here are some tips!
Regardless of how you feel, you now need to go forward with the next step of this college process. So after getting over the initial excitement or disappointment of your offers, you have to take the time to decide where you will end up.
We're here with some worldly Harvard wisdom for potential freshmen so that the wait time won’t be so stressful.
Members of the Undergraduate Council’s Student Life Committee met with officials from Harvard University Dining Services on Feb. 28 to discuss plans to keep the dining halls open during spring break next week.
For those who were too busy studying for their midterms, it was recently revealed that Michael R. Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City and sixteenth wealthiest person in the world (hey, we’re moving up from last year’s 580th), will speak at Harvard’s 363rd Commencement Ceremony on May 29. Hey Mikey, since we know you read Flyby, here are some tips to help you with your speech.