They live in your House. They know who you are, where you live, and possibly your name (not a given). They have a title that makes no sense, but that’s Harvard for you. They are your House tutors. They can make your life a lot more difficult, but they can also be pretty legit people. This guide will help you slap a grade on them and figure out if you do indeed have the perfect tutor.
+1 Married with cute kids
-2 Married with a crying baby
+1 Sweet hipster beard
-1 Neck beard
-2 Girl beard (or bearded lady)
+3 “Harvard hot”
-3 Looks like he/she’s from District 9
+1 Has an open door policy
-2 Has an “open your door” policy
+2 Worked in the White House
-3 Always reminds you that he/she worked in the White House
+2 Checks in once a month
-4 Checks in twice a party
+5 Has no idea what a party form is
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