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Hare's Kitchen 2

Team Dreams and NightHares poses with their finished pasta alla vodka. Team members include (from left to right) Josh B. Freund, Aidan M. Addy C. Orcutt, Aidan M. Keenan, and (bottom) Rio M. McLellan.

Competition Sizzles at Leverett House’s Hare’s Kitchen

Tonight is round two of Hare’s Kitchen, Leverett’s new house-wide cooking competition impassioned enough to rival Chopped and wholesome enough to make “The Great British Baking Show” look cold-hearted.

Hare's Kitchen JH 1

Leverett House residents compete in Hare’s Kitchen, a new hell's-kitchen-like cooking competition introduced by Leverett resident deans Daniel “Dan” G. Deschler and Dr. Eileen E. Reynolds ’86.

Hare's Kitchen JH 3

Contestants in the Hare's Kitchen cooking competition.

Trash Gets a Second Chance at Harvard’s Recycling and Surplus Center

Harvard's Recycling and Surplus Center diverts waste from landfills while supplying an eclectic array of goods to university affiliates and local community members.

Bearing Witness to Climate Change

This isn’t just any aged tree — this is what is known as a witness tree. Witness trees are, by definition, any tree that has experienced historical events through its significant age and location. Many well-known witness trees were present for major Civil War battles. In the case of the one at the Harvard Forest, these historical events have less to do with military and politics and more to do with the climate and ecology of the forest.

Cambridge Watershed 3

Cambridge's watershed system sits amidst residential communities int he towns of Lexington, Lincoln, Waltham and Weston.

Salem Cover

A statue of Roger Conant, who founded Salem in 1625. In addition to a popular Halloween destination, Salem is a residential town — and the site of a historical tragedy.

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