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Michelle J. Hu

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Senior Champagne Brunch
HUDS

Seniors Reunite For Champagne Brunch

Nearly four years after stepping into Annenberg Hall for the first time, seniors returned to the freshman dining hall Sunday morning to reminisce over eggs, french toast, waffles, and champagne-filled flutes.

Order Up
House Life

Student Creates App to Track HUDS Grill Orders

An application developed by a Harvard undergraduate will allow students to place dining hall grill orders remotely through their electronic devices in order to reduce crowding and save time for students.

Oatmeal at Brain Break
College

Freshmen Brain Break Expands Offerings and Hours

Freshmen came back from winter break to discover that Annenberg Hall had a few new additions to its late-night snack service for students—namely, expanded hot meal options and later closing times.

There’s Something In The Water
College

Harvard Dining Introduces Flavored Water

​Students returning to campus after winter break were greeted by new flavored-water machines in many of Harvard’s undergraduate dining halls.

Religion

Humanist Hub Celebrates Humanist Community Day

An award-winning author who is also a former NBA star and local community members gathered to discuss the importance of humanism at the third annual Humanist Community Day at the Humanist Hub on Sunday.

Death by Demography Talk
Race

Professor Uses Demography To Explain How States Collapse

Monica Duffy Toft described her emerging population transition theory, which posits that changes in state population configurations can portend civil conflict and destabilization.

College

Gathering Discusses Mental Health Issues Facing Minorities

​Students, alumni, and mental health professionals gathered to discuss the unique mental health struggles that can affect minority students in a “lunch and learn” session on Saturday afternoon.

Ivy League Conference
College

At Summit, Ivy League Students Discuss International Leadership

Harvard’s campus welcomed about 250 delegates from the Ivy League and all over the world this past weekend at the 16th annual Ivy Leadership Summit hosted by the intercollegiate, student-run Ivy Council.

Architect Norman Foster
Graduate School of Design

Architect Norman Foster Lectures at School of Design

Foster drew upon his life experiences, his varied projects, and ideas about the impact of architecture on the environment to illustrate sustainable design technique.

Harvard Business School

Business School Hosts Annual Energy Symposium

​Heated debates and thought-provoking questions marked the Harvard Business School’s 12th annual Energy Symposium this weekend, hosted by the school's Energy and Environment Club.

IOP National Campaign
College

Students Discuss Civic Engagement at Politics Institute Summit

​Student representatives from 27 colleges participated in a two-day conference focused on issues of voter registration and civic involvement.

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