As the only school that doesn’t give Marathon Monday off as a holiday, Harvard seems very committed to not letting its students have nice things. But we’re not here to make you feel better about that. To add insult to injury, here’s a list of other nice things that Harvard just won’t let us have.
Basketball head coach Tommy Amaker and other coaches across Harvard athletics rely heavily upon the contributions of team managers, who work tirelessly to streamline team operations.
How do Harvard students really feel about FlyBy?
Yakking in Annenberg while everyone is in cocktail attire is not the move.
Professor Naomi Oreskes speaks to an audience in Science Center Hall B on Wednesday night. Her speech, entitled “The Scientist as Sentinel,” focused on scientists speaking publicly on contested issues, including nuclear weaponry, ozone depletion, and climate change.
Overall, it was about an hour and a half of everyone in the room realizing that Vince Staples was smarter than them.
The Harvard College Video Game Development Club aims to bring the community of game developers at Harvard together to work on different projects and learn from each other.
Chris D. Rodowicz ’17 and a small group of gaming enthusiasts founded the Harvard College Video Game Development Club because they were disappointed in the lack of structure at Harvard to develop video games.
The Hong Kong Restaurant, which features a bar lounge and dance floor, was forced to close temporarily on Friday by the Cambridge Licence Commission.
Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall speaks in conversation with federal policy advisor Joiselle Cunningham on Saturday morning. Marshall was a featured guest and 2017 Courage Award recipient at the Grad School of Education's 15th annual Alumni of Color Conference that took place March 2 through March 4.
President Drew G. Faust and Ta-Nehisi Coates, a national correspondent for The Atlantic, talk at the Radcliffe Institute's conference "Universities and Slavery: Bound by History" on Friday morning.