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Hare's Kitchen 2
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Hare's Kitchen 2

Team Dreams and NightHares poses with their finished pasta alla vodka. Team members include (from left to right) Josh B. Freund, Aidan M. Addy C. Orcutt, Aidan M. Keenan, and (bottom) Rio M. McLellan.

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Hare's Kitchen 1

The Four Musketeers work in succession, creating hand-crafted dumplings.

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Hare's Kitchen 3

Judges sit in the Leverett Dining Hall to try team The Four Musketeers' dumplings.

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Hare's Kitchen JH 1

Leverett House residents compete in Hare’s Kitchen, a new hell's-kitchen-like cooking competition introduced by Leverett resident deans Daniel “Dan” G. Deschler and Dr. Eileen E. Reynolds ’86.

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Hare's Kitchen JH 2

Members of team Four Musketeers work on their hand-crafted dumplings.

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Hare's Kitchen JH 3

Contestants in the Hare's Kitchen cooking competition.

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Competition Sizzles at Leverett House’s Hare’s Kitchen

Tonight is round two of Hare’s Kitchen, Leverett’s new house-wide cooking competition impassioned enough to rival Chopped and wholesome enough to make “The Great British Baking Show” look cold-hearted.

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Harvard Recycling 2

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Harvard Recycling 1

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Harvard Recycling 5
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Trash Gets a Second Chance at Harvard’s Recycling and Surplus Center

Harvard's Recycling and Surplus Center diverts waste from landfills while supplying an eclectic array of goods to university affiliates and local community members.

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Up Close With Remy the Cat

“He’s our cat, but he’s every bit a cat that belongs to the Harvard community as well."

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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.

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