Maybe you spent your new founded cash doing all of the laundry you procrastinated completing until now. Maybe you used it responsibly printing all your resumes and CVs for interviews. But there is the off chance you might have not touched your Crimson Cash at all since getting that $25 last Saturday and then oh wait…$50 more today. Don’t know where to spend it? Still unsure what can you get for your money? Let us guide you in making smarter, more productive decisions in spending what you have.
But like a ray of sunshine in our dark & rainy day, a hero comes in to make our day just a little brighter. And the hero of this tale is C’est Bon, which is valiantly offering 10 percent off purchases if you show your student ID.
It’s already more than halfway through September and some seniors may just realizing that they have a thesis to do...oops. Here are things you should remember as you kick your thesis into gear.
The HCFF has grown remarkably over its brief lifespan, and its explosive expansion underscores the organization’s potential to serve as a focal point and forum for discussion among film-makers and film aficionados alike.
A man turns the press handle to print out a poster. The Bow & Arrow Press, located in the basement of Adams House B entryway, had a Open Press Night on Wednesday.
Filmmaker David Karlak shows the audience what the participant is seeing in the “Oculus Virtual Reality Experience” in Boylston Hall on Saturday night, which was coupled with a screening of a screening of Rise, which is currently in development with Warner Brothers.
Filmmaker David Karlak shows the audience what the participant is seeing in the “Oculus Virtual Reality Experience” in Boylston Hall on Saturday night, which was coupled with a screening of Rise, which is currently in development with Warner Brothers.
(from left) Sev Ohanian, David Karlak, and Parvez Sharma participate in “Industry Panel: New Media” in Menschel Hall at Harvard Art Museums on Saturday afternoon.
Books line up near the window of the Consumer Research Center/bookshop, an exhibit at the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts
A sign in the window of Au Bon Pain, signifies the end of its reign in Harvard Square
When Yenching shut down, we shed a couple of tears. When Panera closed suddenly, it felt like we lost a very close friend. But now that Au Bon Pain is closing down, I think we have gone numb.
It’s already the fourth week of school and you’re just realizing that you have work to do. From piling p-sets to enormous essays, it would have probably been better to start readings from the beginning. But if you’re reading this, it might not be too late to get started on all your work from classes.
We’re now in the home stretch of the year. We await the coming of spring, which will probably arrive by late May if we’re lucky. But also approaching very quickly (or slowly depending on who you are) are the deadlines for senior theses. Of course not all seniors will be trading in their social lives for some quality time with their laptop in the library this semester. In fact, there is quite a sharp distinction between your studious, stressed out, sleep deprived senior working on a thesis, and your checked out, never stressed non-thesising senior who seemingly never leaves the Dhall. Two very different breeds of senior who do not take being mixed up lightly. We’re here to help you spot the difference.