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Look At All Those Chickens
Common Spaces Initiative

Look At All Those Chickens

Food trucks gather on the Science Center Plaza daily. The Chicken and Rice Guys truck, a popular staple among students, will not appear at the plaza this fall.

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Harvard Shuttle Driver
Year in Review

Harvard Shuttle Driver

Harvard Shuttle Driver
Year in Review

Harvard Shuttle Driver

Harvard Shuttle Driver
Year in Review

Harvard Shuttle Driver

Harvard Shuttle Driver
Year in Review

Harvard Shuttle Driver

In Memory of 3/11
College

In Memory of 3/11

Hana Seita ’19, co-president of the Harvard Japanese Society, helps Hannah Shen ’19 fold a paper crane on Tuesday evening. The study break was in memory of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on March 11, 2011.

Belinda Hall
Photos of the Day

Photos of the Day 03.08.16

Plating
Food and Drink

Plating

Athena Braun '19 carefully plates her dish prepared for food critic Bovey Rao '19.

Critic's First Bite
Food and Drink

Critic's First Bite

Bovey Rao '19 prepares to take his first bite of the tilapia and eggplant dish cooked by Athena Braun '19.

Chef's Taste Test
Food and Drink

Chef's Taste Test

Athena Braun '19 tries a bite of her cooking while preparing a dish for food critic Bovey Rao '19 on Thursday evening.

Plating
Food and Drink

It Takes Two: Freshman Chef and Critic

Aleigha Durand at 2016 Black Arts Festival
College

Aleigha Durand at 2016 Black Arts Festival

Aleigha Durand, a local high school student, performs "Feeling Good" during "Sing It, Sister" at the Queen's Head Pub on Friday evening. "Sing It, Sister" was the first event of the 2016 Black Arts Festival, hosted by the Kuumba Singers of Harvard College.

Straight Sets
Men's Volleyball

Straight Sets

Harvard notched a win in straight sets over IPFW

Amy E. Soto
Race

Amy E. Soto

Amy E. Soto, a staff member at Harvard Law School, calls for the creation of a diversity and inclusion office at a community meeting on Friday afternoon. “We see that we’re not represented,” she said. “When I come to work, I ask, ‘Am I welcome here?’”