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HUDS Closes Doors to Lingering Underclassmen

Underclassmen looking to get their fill of Harvard by sticking around this weekend shouldn’t expect to fill up on food

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In Between the Black and White, there’s Crimson

“What’s black and white and red all over?” I quipped, just waiting to deliver the punchline of my third-grade riddle.

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Students Drum Up Support

After beating down vandals and Yalies alike, the weathered cowhides of the Harvard band’s eight-foot bass drum finally bowed to

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Life is an Ice Cream Cone

It used to be just the little things. Pressing my eight-year-old nose to the cold glass at the ice cream

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Quincy Residents Bemoan Crowds

Sparkling after its recent redesign which has subjected it to a surge in popularity, it’s the best of times and

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With Finagle’s Forfeit, New Bakery Fills Hole

Continuing what’s becoming a cereal tradition, Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) will bounce branded Finagle bagels from the menu this

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Cafe Pamplona Will Close Doors

Before the green rings of Starbucks lassoed streetcorners around the square, Josefina Yangues oversaw the convergence of coffee and conversation

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HUDS Survey Results Guide Changes

Though elections of broader significance may have preoccupied minds this fall, a record number of students did not forget their

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Masking Politics on Halloween

Rather than confront the spooky prospect of putting aside their partisanship for Halloween, several students turned to politics for inspiration.

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Faculty Exercise More Than Their Minds

Harvard professors are known worldwide for their minds, but after classes end, these bookworms can often be found not in

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HUDS Finagles A Bagel Switch

While several students caught on to Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) switch to generic cereals this year, few seem to

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Get Fresh (and Hip!)

These days, not too many philosophy majors go on to mint theories, but two years out of Harvard, philosophy concentrator

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Tea’s On Tap At Old Rock Bottom Location

Once a site for grinding barley and hops, 50 Church Street, the former site of the Rock Bottom bar will

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Houses To Budget Brain Breaks

Smoothie Nights and Red Sox celebrations could replace stale bagels and picked- over cakes at some Brain Breaks this year,

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Cereal Killer

Students who take for granted that a bowl of Cheerios or Cinnamon Toast Crunch tastes the same in the dining

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