The original 17 Russian bells from the Danilov Monastery in Moscow were purchased in 1930 by Charles Crane, a patron of Russian Orthodox Art. This unique set of bells was subsequently donated to Harvard. In 2008, a bell exchange was concluded through which the original bells were returned to Russia and replicas were specially cast for Harvard at Voronezh. The bell in this photograph is called Mother Earth and weighs nearly 13 tons.
The Most Important Meal Of The Day: FlyBy Does Brain Break
Tonight’s squash assortment didn’t quite hit the spot? Boca burger suddenly lost its appeal? Lunch’s centerpiece doesn’t look as appealing six hours later? Brain Break’s got you covered. In this four-part series, FlyBy will dish out the details of each House’s Brain Break so that you know where to go when dinner’s 8-cut jerk chicken wasn’t you were looking for. Round 1: Quincy vs. Lowell vs. Adams
Lowell House is close to the Yard, next to the MAC, and sometimes, too close to Nochs. While Lowell's detractors will complain about the Russian Bells (they’re only annoying on Sundays at 1 p.m.), there isn’t much to dislike about this Neo-Georgian beauty. If Lowell residents come to greet you on Housing Day, revel in the glory that the Housing Gods have bestowed upon you—for the next three years, you'll belong to a House that you'll be proud to show off to your parents and jealous peers.
Lowell to Occupy Floor of DeWolfe
Lowell House will occupy a floor of the overflow housing at 20 DeWolfe Street next year, reversing efforts over the past three years to make the House smaller and more contiguous, resident tutors said yesterday.
LHO Reenvisions 'Tosca' in Fascist Rome
The Lowell House Opera (LHO) production of “Tosca,” stage directed by Michael A. Yashinsky ’11, with music direction by Channing ...
Tosca Dress Rehearsal 1
Tosca Dress Rehearsal