Maren E. Wong
The Aftertaste: A Look Back on Harvard Square’s Beloved Tasty Diner
Harvard alumni who frequented the burger joint carry a sort of oral history of Tasty stories. Almost every person we interviewed sent us the names of more friends, promising fresh fables.
Why Sidechat Matters
Sidechat allows us to imagine an institution more socially coherent than the insular circles we traverse daily.
William Shen Brings a New Face to Adams House
Shen’s very first oil painting is now Adams House’s newest portrait on display: a portrait of Fred Korematsu, the Japanese-American civil rights hero and plaintiff in the famed 1944 Supreme Court case Korematsu v. United States.
The Cambridge Queen's Head Looks Forward
For the first time since the Covid-19 pandemic began, patrons crowded around the pub’s pool table and dart board, munching on tater tots and mozzarella sticks.
Though they grow peacefully now, dawn redwoods didn’t come to Harvard without “a big fight in the tree world,” as a 1952 Crimson article put it.