Bringing an end to a decades-old Dunster House tradition, Faculty Deans Cheryl K. Chen and Sean D. Kelly canceled the main event of the House’s annual goat roast: the skinning and barbecuing of a locally sourced goat in the courtyard.
Under the vaulted ceilings of that old, old space, we danced onwards, understanding that we were still so very young and so very new to this place.
Like many students, this Harvard turkey is on the fence about what do now that shopping week is over.
A baby goat feeds on hay at a pop-up petting zoo outside of Annenberg
The dog belonging to the Faculty Deans of Kirkland sits outside in the fresh air.
Katie, the dog, sits outside of Mike’s Pastry waiting for her owner.
Otto obediently sits for the photo.
Whale bones hang from the ceiling of the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
A squirrel perches upright on a concrete ledge.
Oona takes a stroll with her owner's friend, Bekka Wright, a Cambridge resident, near Annenberg on Tuesday afternoon.
Sasha, a dog, stares into the distance.
Two dogs tussle in the McKinlock Courtyard of Leverett House Tuesday evening.
Some fluff festivalgoers brought along their dogs to the celebration Saturday.
Farm animals were featured in a petting zoo at the Closing Celebration of the 10 Days of SEAS hosted on Monday.