Harvard's men's and women's basketball teams play in Lavietes Pavilion for their home games.
After Tuesday's unanimous vote by the NCAA Board of Governors, student athletes will now be eligible to make money using their name as long as it is in line with their university's guidelines. Before this policy can be utilized, each university must submit a set of rules to the NCAA on monetary endorsements.
The Hasty Pudding's clubhouse, located in Harvard Square across from The Garage.
Harvard University Health Services has a clinic at the Business School open Monday through Friday located at Cumnock Hall.
The cast of "The East Side" rehearses in preparation for opening night.
Located in Cambridge, MA is the home of W.E.B. Du Bois, a famed intellect and the first black recipient of a Harvard doctorate degree in History.
Near Brattle Square lies the home of Harriet A. Jacobs, a renowned author, teacher, and activist in the 1800s.
A renovated house near the Radcliffe Quadrangle was the headquarters of Emery T. Morris, who was an activist and leader in the Cambridge area.
A new sign along Mt. Auburn St. indicates the new opening of Salt and Olive, a Cambridge-based oil, spice, and tea company.
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