Kimberley Patton '80, Professor of the Comparative and Historical Study of Religion at the Harvard Divinity School, discusses the role of dreams in earlier, religious cultures.
Kimberley Patton '80 and writer Michael Lauricella discuss the role of dreams in earlier, religious cultures.
Kimberley Patton '80, Professor of the Comparative and Historical Study of Religion at the Harvard Divinity School.
From the shoulders of another student, a girl leads Quincy in a chant, "Q-U-I-N-C-Y, Quincy till the day I die!"
While others made cheeky hints about the perks of Mather's many singles, one student cut right to the chase.
Kirkland students climbed the John Harvard Statue and donned it in their flag, much to the chagrin of other Houses.
Known for their house pride, many students from Adams bore red and yellow boxers and loudly proclaimed their House love.
Freshmen in Grays Hall eagerly look out into the yard, awaiting their letters.
John Capodilupo gestures across WHOOP’s office. WHOOP is a bracelet that Harvard athletes wear that tracks sleep and diet, among other elements of life outside of practice.
JP Lick’s offers ice cream flavors you can’t find anywhere else in the Square, such as Cappuccino Cruch, Cookes n’ Cake Batter, and Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Chip.
The doughnuts are sold fresh and warm in white paper bags, ready to eat now or take home.
Oren L. Richkin prepares the Raw Bar display; he creates a unique design every day.
According to Ryan Rasys, the Retail Operations Manager at BPM's Red Best location, this red fish is just as good as red snapper, though it is usually treated as waste. Only selling seasonal and locally caught fish, Red's Best is "at the core of what is relevant in the food scene today," according to Rasys. "If I wasn't working here, I would be here every day."
Red's Best supports local fishermen and does not turn any product away. The biggest vendor in the market, it sells classic local shellfish as well as harder to find options, such as skate, pictured here.