HBS installs solar panels
Harvard Business School (HBS) has been awarded a grant for up to $172,800 from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (MTC) to install photovoltaic solar energy panels on its Shad Fitness Center, the first solar panels anywhere in the University. The panels, which will be delivering environmentally friendly energy to HBS by October 2003, will reduce the Shad Center’s electricity cost by 3 to 5 percent, estimates Frank Hayes, HBS deputy chief of operations. HBS is one of 13 Massachusetts organizations and businesses to receive grants from the state’s Renewable Energy Trust through MTC.
Exam-time boost at HUHS
Harvard University Health Services (HUHS) is hosting a free event on May 20 to help reduce stress and enhance performance during exam time. Optimizing Exam Time Performance will include an on-site chair massage, brain foods, an introduction to helpful breathing techniques, and a 15-minute overview of stretching methods that can be particularly useful in releasing tension. Clinicians will also be available to answer specific questions.
The event will run from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. on the second floor of HUHS. R.S.V.P. to email@example.com.
Directory artwork wanted
The Harvard Telephone Directory Project seeks faculty and staff artwork to be considered for the front cover of the 2003-04 faculty/staff telephone directory. All types of media are welcome, but the work must represent a Harvard environment or experience.
The selected artist will be acknowledged in next year’s directory, and will receive a $300 honorarium, as well as a framed copy of the cover. Submissions must be received by May 30.
For contest rules and an official entry form, visit www.uis.harvard.edu/telecom/harvard_directory/.
Chorus to hold open auditions
The Harvard Summer School Chorus will hold auditions June 19 (7-9:30 p.m.), June 22 (2-5 p.m.), and June 23 (2-5 p.m. and 7-9:30 p.m.) in Lowell Hall auditorium. Vocalists from Harvard and the Greater Boston area are invited to try out. A Sanders Theatre performance is scheduled for Aug. 1 at 8 p.m. Call (617) 495-0693, for more information.
Baseball falls to Tigers in Ivy series
Princeton pitcher Thomas Pauly threw a four-hit complete game with 10 strikeouts to lift the Tigers to a 5-2 victory over visiting Harvard in the third and deciding game of the 2003 Ivy League Championship series this past Sunday (May 11) at Clarke Field.
Harvard dropped the opening game on May 10, 5-2, before capturing the second contest, 4-3, to force Sunday’s tiebreaker. The win gives Princeton its 14th Ivy League title as well as the accompanying NCAA bid. The Crimson closes out its season 20-23 overall.
– Compiled by Andrew Brooks