The life of an email list which, at the beginning of the week, stood poised to pester the vast majority of Harvard's student body seems to have been brief.
A flurry of activity erupted Monday morning in Harvard Yard as the Class of 2016 passed through Johnston Gate to move into the freshman dorms. The move-in marks the kick off of Opening Days, the formal orientation for all incoming first-years that occurs every fall.
I say “not a bad choice” because it’s nearly impossible to realistically make Felipe’s sound like the best decision one can make before going to bed. But let’s move past that for a moment.
Last week, the Harvard community was rocked when the tree known simply as "Pooh's House" was chopped down just outside the Science Center.
Chipotle is the best. I won’t sugar-coat it. And neither will Chipotle.
The Class of 2012 will unite Wednesday afternoon in Tercentenary Theater to celebrate the annual Senior Class Day Exercises, which will include addresses from Mass. Congressman Barney Frank ‘61-’62 and Saturday Night Live cast member Andy Samberg.
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