Your funding applications are finished and you need a way to forget about the seven-page essay you have due on Monday. We’ve got you covered. We tracked down the hottest events of the night (read: ones you can get in to), so put down that p-set and take your pick.


The over-circulated e-mail for this party promises that those in attendance will “find out what Friday nights should really be about.” Unfortunately, the answer is not a dining hall party. The advertisement also claims the party is not like those other “PG-13 parties.”

Since when were Harvard parties up to “PG-13” level? Also, will there be nudity, or just someone saying the "f-word" more than once?

When: 10 p.m. – 2 a.m. Where: Pfoho D-Hall Price: $7

Renaissance Ball

If you prefer to get your groove on in a classier setting, stop by the BSA’s Renaissance Ball at the Hyatt Regency in Boston. This year’s theme is “an exotic escape,” which sounds like it could be the name of a spa or the tagline on a bottle of fruity perfume. Maybe the dance floor will smell like a floral medley with a hint of tangerine. Doubtful.

When: 9 p.m. – 1 a.m. Where: Hyatt Regency Hotel in Boston Price: $25 at the door

Angels in the Oppfield

If you’d rather spend you night listening to the sweet sounds of a capella than Flo Rida’s latest hit, this is the spot for you. Two female a capella groups, the Opportunes and the Fallen Angels (hence the clever title) are holding a concert in Sanders Theater tonight. What's more Harvard than spending your Friday night listening to a capella? (Maybe doing that p-set...)

Where: Sanders Theater When: 8 p.m. Price: $8

And what a better way to nurse your aching head tomorrow than with some women’s hockey? Answer.