Much Ado About Acorns
Maybe the squirrels are onto something.
Harvard Works to Combat Unhealthy Freshman Sleep Habits with Sleep 101 Module
Harvard College required incoming freshmen to complete an online training module about sleeping habits and their effects on other areas of life.
A Look Back at Harvard's Prison Studies Project
“It was wildly different than any other class I’ve taken,” Catherine M. Sirois ’10 says.
City Council Demands Schedule for Harvard Square Theater Development
Vice Mayor Jan Devereux and Cambridge City Councillor Dennis J. Carlone sponsored the legislation. The order is largely symbolic and has no power to force Chan’s hand.
UC Questions Design, Execution of Matchmaker Grant
The UC debated the execution of the new UC initiative that gives pairs of student groups hundreds of dollars to throw social events at its meeting Sunday.
Students Travel to Puerto Rico on PBHA Spring Break Service Trip
PBHA’s Puerto Rico program was one of four service trips run by the organization from March 11 to 18 and was the latest effort on behalf of Harvard students to support people affected by the storm.
Anticipation and Frustration as College Freshmen Face the Housing Lottery System
Some students did not find the process of blocking prior to entering the lottery quite so smooth.