A Housing Day t-shirt design parodying Kendrick Lamar’s 2017 album, “Damn,” has angered some Mather House residents, who say the design was racist.
After repeated reports of “vandalism, theft, and destruction of property" over the weekend, Winthrop House administrators threatened disciplinary action.
Sadé Abraham will serve as director of a new summer program geared toward first generation, low-income, and under-resourced freshmen.
Lauren E. Brandt ‘01 will oversee student life initiatives as Harvard College’s next Associate Dean of Students, administrators announced Friday.
After three months on the market, Harvard Square properties housing businesses including Felipe’s Taqueria have been sold to Asana Partners for $108 million.
“It’s incredibly unfortunate that I will be graduating this year, because that means that I won’t be able to reap the benefits of this new Target as much,” Tess Saperstein ’18 said.
"We are not closed,” said store owner Adam S. Hirsch. “We are not going anywhere anytime soon.”
The rise in appraised property values provides a window into the economic forces reshaping Harvard Square.
After an E. coli outbreak linked to Chicken and Rice Guys temporarily shuttered its shops and food trucks this spring, the restaurant has been working to get back on its feet.
Because Clover is not operated by Harvard University Dining Services, students will not be able to spend BoardPlus there, according to HUDS spokesperson Crista Martin.
ShopCrimson, a student-run business that delivers dorm room supplies, aims to give the University's dominant student corporation some competition this year.
After a decade in Harvard Square, the Japanese noodle restaurant Wagamama closed its doors at 57 JFK St. for good on Sunday, July 9.
Since its opening in 1895, Harvard students have flocked to Keezer’s to buy suits and tuxedos, and Goldstein said notable alumni like John F. Kennedy ’40 and Conan C. O’Brien ’85 have been outfitted at the store.