Project Coordinator, Suzanne Knizner, recently visited Boston, Massachusetts using her travel voucher. During her trip, she had the opportunity to visit the Harvard Yard, and wanted to share more with you about it. Check out her great pictures!
“They are from the Harvard Yard, a grassy area adjacent to Harvard Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts, that constitutes the oldest part and the center of the campus of Harvard University. It contains thirteen of Harvard College’s seventeen freshman dormitories, as well as four libraries, five buildings of classrooms and academic departments, and the central administrative offices of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the university, located in University Hall and Massachusetts Hall, respectively.
Within the Yard is a gate, where the attached plaque was posted: ‘This gate was dedicated twenty-five years after women students first moved into Harvard Yard in September of 1972.’