Students celebrate by blocking traffic on Mass Ave. last night in front of Boylston Gate shortly after Barack Obama won the presidential election.
Stephen A. Mitchell, a professor of Scandanavian and folklore, noted that an undergraduate degree in Folk and Myth could be used for any career.
Harvard Yard is set to undergo restoration that will feature healthier compost plots that will need less watering and will not need herbicides, pesticides and synthetic fertilizers.
UC Vice President Randall S. Sarafa ’09, UC President Matthew L. Sundquist ’09 and Dean of the College Evelynn M. Hammonds, from right to left, hold a study break in Lamont Library Cafe yesterday evening to answer question and interact with students.
What started as a random housing assignment for two incoming freshmen in 1983 has since turned into a public service
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