April 9 marked a big day for Boston sports. A hundred (and one) years ago, the Red Sox played their first-ever home game against none other than the Harvard Crimson. Ever since the Red Sox beat Harvard during Fenway's inaugural game, students have been trying to get their hands on Red Sox tickets. For baseball fans hoping to watch a home-run soar over the Green Monster this season, Flyby has you covered.
In light of Pinkberry's recent opening in the Square, we decided to conduct a blind taste test to see if students preferred Pinkberry or Berryline. Watch the video to find out the results!
The main goal of the book, the team says, is to inspire a younger generation of students to discover a love of science and to become involved in science research.
Love letters seem to be a thing of the past. But if you've always dreamed of possessing a few, especially from an iconic American figure, be sure to head to New York after finals with your checkbook in hand.
If you've always wanted to bike everywhere instead of relying on Harvard shuttles or worse, the MBTA, now is the time. The city of Cambridge recently installed three bike maintenance stands, which are available for use, free of charge.
Have some time on a lazy day and want to do an art project? Now's your chance to contribute to the arts at Harvard by participating in a new project called Lazy Day Pocket Cards.
Planning to stay for Senior Week and Commencement, but want free housing and something to do?
If your pen is burning a hole in your pocket and love is burning a hole in your heart, now is your chance to write! The New York Times is now accepting entries for its second "Modern Love" college essay contest.
Harvard's Men's Basketball team made history earlier this month after winning its first Ivy League championship ever. The team had a chance to clinch a berth to the NCAA championship tournament last Saturday but lost in heartbreaking fashion to the Prineton Tigers. Now, the team is preparing to play in the National Invitational Tournament.
Although some lucky seniors have already turned in their theses, many are still furiously researching and writing. As an aid to those who have yet to turn in their magnum opus, we've compiled a list of places in the Square that will print your thesis for you (once it's written).
If you see an unusually large number of eager adults following harried students around campus this weekend, don't be alarmed—it's just Junior Parents Weekend.
As Harvard students, we often find ourselves wandering the streets of Cambridge on Saturday nights bemoaning the lack of good ...