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Growing up in northern Ethiopia, Adhanom Beyene had heard of Harvard University but it never crossed his mind that one day he would actually work here. While he enjoyed his life in the Tigray Region, in his late 20s, Adhanom began entering his name in a government lottery program to secure a U.S. visa. After two years of trying, he succeeded. But this would be just one success, in a long line of achievements for Adhanom whose strong work ethic and ambition has allowed him to find much success at Harvard. Read More... Adhanom Beyene of Transportation Services
Looking for a menu to complement your meeting or event? Need a boxed meal to feed guests on-the-go? Planning a celebratory reception or memorable gala dinner? Read More... Plates of Food
One-day parking permits can be instantly purchased and printed out for various parking lots and garages throughout campus. Read More... Image of Parking Lot
A rare book collection on campus coated with a mysterious powder presented Environmental Health & Safety with an intriguing challenge. This challenge eventually led EH&S to rewrite the manual for how Harvard library staff are trained and to improve safety for library professionals around the world. This month, a peer-reviewed article, co-authored by EH&S Senior Safety Officer John Avedian, will be published in Collections: A Journal for Museum and Archive Professionals. The article details the story of thousands of 18th  to 20th century books the University acquired from a rare book dealer in Pakistan. Read More... Rare books being examined
Campus Services is taking advantage of the Winter Recess to get ready for the upcoming semester. Workers have been busy with tasks that are much easier to perform with fewer people on campus. Landscape Services arborists have been trimming the lofty trees in Tercentenary Theater outside Memorial Church. This can be challenging work and a wide area is needed to ensure a safe environment for everybody. Read More... Tree Trimming in Tercentenary Theater