It looks like CS50 isn't the only thing Yale has decided to steal from us: according to an email sent to the Yale student body earlier today, Yale has the mumps.
Flyby co-chair Kat represents her home state with a Yankees hat.
Winthrop d-hall's flavored water dispenser. (Not shown: the colony of fruit flies that lives next to it)
New flavored water dispensers: a HUDS triumph or the bane of our existence?
You may have spotted a classmate (or 200) sporting the Canada Goose logo on their sleeve.
Claim your HarvardKey, they said.
Let me fill you in on a little secret: as fun as it may be for you to bombard me with a million and one questions, as it turns out, this isn’t so fun for me.
Billy Orman '16 posing with his amazingly epic creation.
If you've been strolling through the Square in the right place at the right time this year, you may have had this exact thought after witnessing Billy Orman ‘16 riding on what appears to be a bicycle straight out of the circus.
These strawberry scones rock.
Whether you’re having trouble navigating the new sandwich bar or don’t understand why there’s so much chili, here is a run through of all the major changes that the have occurred in the world of dining at Harvard:
Jonathan B. Losos ’84, curator of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, spoke about the relevance of islands to the study of evolution.
Books including "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fireball" are lined up on the table for participants to look at. Lamont Library held the Edible Book Contest on Wednesday.