Viola Davis, a two-time Emmy and Tony-winning actress, was named the 2017 Artist of the Year by the Harvard Foundation for Intercultural and Race Relations on Friday afternoon.
A new policy will allow first-year students to reserve freshman dorm common rooms for private events, continuing a College-wide push to re-center social life in residential spaces.
Two upperclassmen residential Houses—Dunster and Winthrop—as well as the non-residential Dudley House are searching for new resident deans this spring.
The Office of Student Life will not accept applications for any new student groups this semester and may revise the approval process for groups seeking official recognition.
Renovations to Winthrop House—including the five-story Beren Hall addition—will be completed ahead of schedule, enabling all residents to move back to the House in August 2017.
Accompanied by Pudding cast members in drag, Spencer was honored with a parade through the Square and a roast in Farkas Hall.
A fund established by the Office of Student Life will support events that multiple student groups organize together, offering grants of up to $3,000 for undergraduate organizations to host “inclusive” campus-wide social events.
Ryan Reynolds, a producer and Golden Globe-nominated actor known for his roles in many box office hits, will be the Hasty Pudding Theatricals 2017 Man of the Year.
Harvard’s athletic facilities will host Chance the Rapper, Mumford and Sons, Bon Iver, and dozens of other artists at this year’s Boston Calling music festival from May 26 to 28, its organizers announced Thursday.
If students were concerned about the limited number of upscale cafes near Harvard, then Blue Bottle’s impending move to 40 Bow St. should come as welcome news.
Harvard Square just got a little sweeter with the opening of pop-up chocolate shop Somerville on the Charles.
After months of anticipation, eager Sweetgreen fans flocked to the chain’s new Harvard Square location last week to attend “soft opening” events in preparation for the salad chain’s official opening Tuesday.
After a brief closure, Algiers Coffee House opened its doors again to patrons hoping to sip on the cafe’s popular mint tea.
With lines for Tatte Bakery and Cafe stretching out the door, students will now have another option for getting their coffee and croissants in Harvard Square.
Students now have more options in Harvard Square to spend their recently acquired $75 of Crimson Cash with the addition of b.good and Oggi Gourmet to the program.