Harvard Square businesses prepare for the arrival of thousands of people for the Harvard-Yale game this Saturday.
Tatte, the bakery and cafe that opened in the Harvard Square location previously occupied by Panera, prepares for the thousands of visitors that will be at the Harvard-Yale game this weekend. “We’re likely going to learn a lot and come up with some local ideas for next year,” said Tzurit Or, owner of Tatte.
The Harvard Coop, a fixture in Harvard Square, prepares for an influx of people arriving for the Harvard-Yale game this weekend. Jerry P. Murphy ’73, president of the Harvard Coop, said they will promote specific Harvard-Yale merchandise as thousands of alumni and visitors come to Harvard for the weekend.
This weekend, the Business School featured an exhibit of drawings by Syrian children, in order to spread awareness for the UK based charity, From Syria With Love.
Volunteer Molly Masters, who published the book “From Syria With Love,” was also at the event.
Organizers of the event hoped that displaying artwork by Syrian children might cause people to stop and think about the importance of the charity.
Harvard men's swimmers dive into Blodgett Pool in an earlier meet against Bryant.
Dr. Yascha Mounk is a lecturer in the Government department whose academic work focuses on the theory of liberal democracy
Supporters gather to show their support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, in protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Around 100 supporters gathered in Harvard Yard Saturday in solidarity.
Jordan Johnson, a student at the Graduate School of Education, speaks at the "We Stand With Standing Rock" event in Harvard Yard Saturday. Students and allies of the Harvard University Native American Program planned and attended the event to support the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, in protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline.