Wendy D. Widman
Underclassmen looking to get their fill of Harvard by sticking around this weekend shouldn’t expect to fill up on food
“What’s black and white and red all over?” I quipped, just waiting to deliver the punchline of my third-grade riddle.
After beating down vandals and Yalies alike, the weathered cowhides of the Harvard band’s eight-foot bass drum finally bowed to
It used to be just the little things. Pressing my eight-year-old nose to the cold glass at the ice cream
Sparkling after its recent redesign which has subjected it to a surge in popularity, it’s the best of times and
Continuing what’s becoming a cereal tradition, Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) will bounce branded Finagle bagels from the menu this
Before the green rings of Starbucks lassoed streetcorners around the square, Josefina Yangues oversaw the convergence of coffee and conversation
Though elections of broader significance may have preoccupied minds this fall, a record number of students did not forget their
Rather than confront the spooky prospect of putting aside their partisanship for Halloween, several students turned to politics for inspiration.
Harvard professors are known worldwide for their minds, but after classes end, these bookworms can often be found not in
While several students caught on to Harvard University Dining Services (HUDS) switch to generic cereals this year, few seem to
These days, not too many philosophy majors go on to mint theories, but two years out of Harvard, philosophy concentrator
Once a site for grinding barley and hops, 50 Church Street, the former site of the Rock Bottom bar will
Smoothie Nights and Red Sox celebrations could replace stale bagels and picked- over cakes at some Brain Breaks this year,
Students who take for granted that a bowl of Cheerios or Cinnamon Toast Crunch tastes the same in the dining