In almost fitting fashion, former Vice President and Nobel Laureate Al Gore ’69 drove from Manhattan after inclement weather cancelled his flight, and arrived only twenty minutes late to deliver his talk, “Confronting The Climate Crisis: Critical Roles for the US and China.”
Harvard’s Office for Sustainability, previously located east of the College’s campus, has moved to 14 Story St. in Harvard Square, increasing its accessibility to students.
The restaurant will tentatively have projector screens, stay open until 1 a.m. on weekdays, and seat up to 90 people.
According to the store's former owner, the closure came so that he could consolidate Penti's merchandise with Brattle St. clothing retailer Monella, which he also owns.
Liquiteria will open in Harvard Square this spring, at the former site of The Body Shop on Massachusetts Avenue.
The RadioShack in Harvard Square is set to close on March 31. It is one of three Cambridge locations that will shut down after the company filed for bankruptcy.
Despite severe weather conditions, many stores in Harvard Square did better-than-average business on Monday as customers weathered the blizzard.
A new 24-hour CVS location at 6 JFK St., a space previously occupied by Citizens Bank. The new location will be a little more than 300 feet away from another CVS on Massachusetts Avenue.
University Professor Paul E. Farmer named infrastructural failures, rather than the disease itself, as the main obstacles to addressing West Africa’s Ebola epidemic during an event at the Harvard Medical School Tuesday afternoon.
“It’s like visiting old friends,” said longtime Cambridge resident Ellen Kramer as she viewed the museum’s old collections rearranged in remodeled galleries during a community reception Saturday
To celebrate the ancient Hindu tradition of Diwali, Harvard University Dining Services offered a dinner menu that featured classic Indian dishes Monday.
Edward Snowden—a whistleblower considered by different groups to be a martyr, a coward, and a traitor—spoke with Law School professor Lawrence Lessig via Google Hangouts at a packed lecture hall Monday.
A team of Harvard researchers and their colleagues have developed a new software platform that makes it easier for scientists to understand and analyze the many forms of cancer.
BevSpot, an online software platform formed by Harvard affiliates to help enable licensed alcohol distributors to sell products to restaurants and bars, recently received $720,000 in seed funding.
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