The Bee Club, Harvard’s oldest female final club, leases a space from the Fly Club.
No decision has been made on 45 Dunster St., which is currently owned by the Fly Club and leased to the Bee. The Chabad House at Harvard, the Hasty Pudding Club, and the Bee Club have all made bids for the building.
Take Back the Night holds a candlelight vigil to raise awareness for sexual assault victims across campuses yesterday evening on the steps of the Memorial Church. Harvard is only one of 10 colleges across America to hold such a vigil.
Students talk to health professionals and police officers about the physical effects and legal consequences of marijuana at a seminar sponsored by the Drug and Alcohol Peer Advisors last night.
Junior Alexei Chijoff-Evans, shown here in earlier action, won both his singles matches this weekend as the Harvard men’s tennis team recovered from a disappointing start to conference play with a pair of Ivy wins.weekend.
The new Eliot House Masters, Natural Sciences Professor and Harvard Stem Cell Institute co-director Douglas A. Melton and his wife, educational consultant Gail O'Keefe pose for pictures. They will take their positions beginning Fall 2010-2011.
Freshman Joshua Tchan, shown on the left in earlier action, won both of his singles matches in Harvard’s losses against Cornell and Columbia. Tchan and junior Alexei Chijoff-Evans also won their doubles match against Columbia on Friday, 8-4, but the Crimson lost the doubles point.
The exhibit “Invisible Cities” opened in CGIS Southand will run until April 20. The exhibition is sponsored by the Office of the Arts, Harvard Undergraduate Council, the VES department, and HAMUC.
Tim O'Brien, author of the book The Things They Carried, speaks to an audience this Thursday at First Parish Church. The event, sponsored by the Harvard Bookstore, was to celebrate the 20th anniversary of his book.
A new fast-food vegetarian restaurant will soon open in the space vacated by Harvard Real Estate Offices, across from Apley Court and the New College Theatre on Holyoke St. At the moment , they are operating out of the Clover Food Truck on MIT’s campus.
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