The Kirkland Shield, thought by students to resemble the Confederate Flag, will be officially changed.
Kung Fu Tea brought a new take on boba to Harvard Square this January.
Members of Fossil Fuel Divest Harvard recently protested Harvard's investments in the fossil fuel industry with an occupation of University Hall.
LabXchange is an online learning initiative offered by Harvard's Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the Amgen Foundation.
Harvard Graduate Students Union-United Automobile Workers reached tentative new agreements with the University, regarding holidays, vacations and personal days, an employee assistance program, and parking/biking and transit benefits.
Co-President of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee Matthew Thomas '21 is involved with the search for Harvard's new Athletic Director, in the Winthrop dining hall early Saturday morning.
While Boston police officers struck for fair wages, decreased working hours, and habitable station houses in 1919, over 150 Harvard undergraduates enrolled as replacement police officers.
Visitors and students walk along paths through Harvard Yard Tuesday morning.
The Harvard Undergraduate Council in the past has held their meetings in the Isaacson Room in the Smith Campus Center. Since the start of the semester, there have been no meetings.
Papyrus — an international greeting card and stationery chain with a location in Harvard Square — plans to close all of its stores after declaring bankruptcy.