Posted by The Voice Staff on November 10, 2012 at 7:41 pm
Last week, Hurricane Sandy blasted through the Northeast, causing widespread and devastating destructions particularly in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
The Voice’s contributing photographer Nick Wei was inadvertently caught in the tragedy as he spent a week in the Lower East Side, New York City. In this photo essay, he captures the trials and triumphs of New Yorkers as the storm hit.
This is not a story about the storm, but the individuals who survived it.
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Posted by The Voice Staff on December 5, 2011 at 8:00 pm
It’s almost the end of the year, which means you should get yourself one of these coveted calendars, based on The Voice’s most popular article of the last academic year - “10 Guys You’ll Meet at Harvard.”
They have elicited various “Wows” and “Do these guys actually go to Harvard?” comments from onlookers at the Activities Fair earlier this year. Don’t miss out!
Specs: 11.0″ x 8.50″ on glossy calendar paper, printed by Vistaprint.
Price: $12. (Similar calendars sell for $16 on Vistaprint.)
Free shipping by campus mail for Harvard students. Non-Harvard buyers will be charged a flat shipping rate of $3.
Click below to order. Follow the jump for a sneak preview and acknowledgements. You know you want to Facebook-stalk our models ;)
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Posted by The Voice Staff on September 1, 2011 at 11:04 pm
To all Harvard undergraduates:
The Voice is now accepting applications* for positions on our Executive Board 2011-2012. Application is open to the entire Harvard undergraduate community, but elected members have priority in deliberations. Please consider applying and joining a great group of people, working for a fun publication, and having an overall rewarding experience!
Click here to download an application. The deadline to submit the application is Thursday, September 15th by 11:59PM to email@example.com.
Positions open for application include:
Associate Web Director
Associate Director of Photography
Associate Comp Director
Director of Publicity and Marketing
*Please note that this is not an application to Comp The Voice. The Fall 2011 Comp will commence promptly. Successful election to the Executive Board exempts one from the Comp process.
Posted by The Voice Staff on May 5, 2011 at 1:05 pm
The other night, this writer saw hanging from the top of Adams House an upside-down flag. Upon closer inspection, the flag was no other than the flag of Eliot House. Ah, the old Eliot-Adams war had been rekindled, it seemed. No one can forget the famous Adams gong robbery from last spring.
Today, a photo sent to us by a reader depicts yet another Eliot triumph: it looks like they have stolen the obnoxiously obnoxious Adams lifeguard chair – from which non-house residents are often yelled at for breaking house meal restriction policies. The chair has been painted with the words “ELIOT HOUSE DOMUS.”
Adams Chair + Colorblocking = so in right now.
Well played, Eliot. Well played. Will Adams make the next move?
Posted by The Voice Staff on April 26, 2011 at 5:02 pm
Identities, a premier student-produced fashion show at Harvard, illuminated Annenberg Hall on the night of April 22nd, 2011. The show this year honored Anna Sui as the winner of the 2nd Leadership in the Arts award. Fashion blogger Bryanboy was among the attendees. Kevin Oh, Dartmouth College’s Idol, gave a guest performance.
Executive producers: Jane Chun ’12 and Ashley Kang ’12
Photos credit: Heidi Lim.
Posted by The Voice Staff on April 18, 2011 at 10:00 pm
Posted by The Voice Staff on April 13, 2011 at 11:18 am
According to the Yale Daily News, senior Michele Dufault of Yale passed away last night after an accident in the Sterling Chemistry Laboratory. Dufault, an astronomy and physics major from Massachusetts, had been working in the Laboratory’s machine shop when an accident occurred involving one of the shop’s machines.
As University Secretary Linda Lorimer said in a campuswide e-mail, “By all reports, Michele was an exceptional young woman, an outstanding student and young scientist, a dear friend and a vibrant member of this community. We will find ways in the next day to gather to celebrate her life and grieve this loss.”
Today, administrators are gathering to discuss the accident, while all classes at Sterling have been canceled.
Our thoughts and condolences are with the Dufault family and all of Yale at this time.