It’s been a long and hard week so far...and unfortunately, it’s only Tuesday. It's hard to even believe that's possible. I guess it’s clear already: this week is going to be rough. At least it isn’t snowing again...for now.

IN THE ATMOSPHERE

Tomorrow’s high is a decent 31 degrees. There is an absolute zero percent chance of snow or rain, so take this opportunity to bust out the non-waterproof shoes and jacket, because who knows when you’ll get the chance again.

IN THE D-HALLS

Lunch:
Sausage Pizza
Smoked Turkey Panini on Wheat Flatbread
Margarita Pizza

Dinner:
Teriyaki Chicken with Scallions and Garlic
Portobello Lentil Pattie with Tomato Basil Salsa

IN THE NEWS

1) Serious Crime in Cambridge Hits a 50-Year Low, declining 8% from serious crime levels in 2013.

2) Film Festival Celebrates ‘Century of the Chick’. The Girls Impact the World Film Festival took place in Boylston over the weekend. Ian Somerhalder was one of the judges. That’s right, Ian Somerhalder was on campus this weekend. What?!

3) Actress Laverne Cox Discusses Identity, Trans Issues in front of a packed crowd in Farkas Hall on Monday.

EVENTS

Harvard Men’s Lacrosse has their first home game of the season against Holy Cross at Soldiers Field Lacrosse Stadium (65 North Harvard Street) at 4 p.m. Harvard Men’s Volleyball plays Concordia tomorrow night at 7 p.m. Go Crimson!

Stop by Fong Auditorium in Boyleston Hall at 5:30 p.m. for a screening of The New Black, a documentary on the intersections of race, religion, and sexual orientation. A reception will follow after in Ticknor Lounge.

If you’re more politically inclined, the Harvard Democrats are hosting a Massachusetts Gubernatorial Candidates forum at the Institute of Politics at 8 p.m. Come meet the candidates and hear from them as they discuss their stances on a variety of topics.

PHOTO OF THE DAY

Laverne Cox, star of "Orange is the New Black," puts on a Harvard sweatshirt after speaking in Farkas Hall on Monday about her life, career, experience, and activism as a black transgender woman.