As the country tuned in to the men’s basketball national championship game on Monday night, another tournament—the oldest intercollegiate academic competition in the United States—was wrapping up at same time.
Cole Toner ‘16, the drummer of Protein Shake, competes in Battle for Yardfest on Friday evening. Protein Shake and The Lighthouse Keepers were selected as the student bands to open for Yardfest on April 24.
United States Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh C. Johnson spoke to the public at John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum on Monday night. In a wide-ranging talk, Johnson lectured on a variety of topics, including his ongoing initiatives to address the issues of homegrown terrorism, border, and aviation security.
A student orders drinks at the ice bar at Pforzheimer House’s Moors Terrace on Saturday night. The event, #QUADDED2016, was hosted by Pforzheimer’s House Committee in anticipation of Housing Day this coming Thursday.
Finance Committee Chair William A. Greenlaw '17 speaks about the theater performance grant cap at the UC meeting. Many campus theater group members, upset that the UC had capped theater performance grants at $16,500 per semester, attended the meeting Sunday evening in the Leverett Library Theater.
James R. O. Nakajima ’18, left, checks Snapchat as he waits in line at the Greenhouse Cafe. Many Houses and campus organizations--from Annenberg Hall to Widener Library--recently created geotag filters on the app.
Following the recent trend of a growing Greek presence on campus, 280 women signed up for sorority recruitment this year, matching the record large cohort last spring that sought entrance to one of Harvard’s four sorority chapters.
Having missed the start to cuffing season and looking for alternatives to Tinder, 3,300 of Harvard’s lovelorn students are taking their quest for a Valentine digital this year and enrolling in Datamatch.