You know it's not official until it's Facebook official. Well then, it's official: Mark Zuckerberg is taken. The Daily Mail reported that the notoriously private Zuckerberg, Facebook founder and one of Harvard's most famous (and richest!) dropouts, finally updated his relationship status to "In a relationship," seven years since he first began dating Priscilla Chan '07.
Natalie Portman '03 said, in a recent interview with Newsweek Magazine, that although she doesn’t have a Facebook account, she's very familiar with the depiction of Harvard's social scene in "The Social Network."
PBS is giving students the chance to experience an important part of the history of American Civil rights. The public television station will select 40 students from accross the country to retrace the 1961 Freedom Rides next May. They are accepting applications for this journey now.
Winter Formals are fast approaching, and regardless of whether you have a date or plan on going solo, there’s one thing most girls having in common: the search for the perfect dress.
For those of you who have not yet found the dress, fear not. Styleta at Harvard is hosting a Formal Dress Swap and Trunk Sale on Friday, Dec. 3 from 12 to 4 pm on the fourth floor of 67 Mt. Auburn Street.
Brian G. Marsden, famed astronomer and tracker of comets and asteroids, passed away on Nov. 18 due to prolonged illness. At Harvard, Marsden served as supervisory astronomer at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory and as director emeritus of the Minor Planet Center.
We called up the student behind the petition—Talia B. Lavin ’12, the creator of the Harvard Meat Less Initiative—to find out what she hopes will come out of her efforts and why she believes in this cause.