It’s Friday! You're almost done with midterms and there's just one week left until sweet, sweet freedom. You can do this!
Start off your weekend by checking out some of the Housing Day videos that have been released so far: Winthrop, Quincy, Pfoho, Dunster, Cabot, and (kind of) Leverett, Lowell, and Adams. If you’re a freshman, you can obsess and fall in love with something that will most likely never love you back (story of our lives, am I right?!), and if you’re an upperclassmen, you can loudly promote your own house’s video while secretly admiring all the others. It’s okay, everyone does it. No matter your year, make sure to check out Flyby’s profiles of all the houses over the next week for a fun and thorough evaluation!
IN THE ATMOSPHERE
Today’s high of 38 degrees is pretty much 40 degrees, which pretty much means spring, right? Wrong. Oh well, today will stay relatively sunny and calm at the very least. We’re on our way, folks!
IN THE D-HALLS
Crispy Flounder with Daikon Sauce
Curry Noodle Stirfry
Cajun Black Bean Cakes with Corn Salsa
Thai Green Chicken Curry
Spicy Tofu with Green Beans
1) The aforementioned Housing Market: all you ever wanted to know about Leverett, Mather, and Dunster.
2) Blockmate-Linkmate Soulmates: Matches Made in Housing Heaven
IN THE NEWS
1) U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara and Actress Mindy Kaling to Speak at HLS Class Day. tl;dr: Mindy Kaling is speaking at Harvard Law School class day. No tickets required. See you there.
2) Former Insomnia Workers Reach Settlement, Declare Victory. The workers, who went on strike last August, will be compensated with payback of over $4,000 and will have their terminations removed from their records.
EVENTS: WEEKEND PREVIEW
There are a ton of sporting events happening on campus this weekend. Men’s Tennis, Women’s Rugby, Women’s Water Polo, Track and Field, and Women’s Basketball all have home games. Check out Go Crimson for more details.
There are also a couple plays opening this weekend. I, Too, Am Harvard will be having its premiere and one and only performance Friday night at 7 pm in Lowell Lecture Hall. Another option is Cabot Theater Company’s Salome, showing tonight and tomorrow at 8 p.m. The show is an original adaptation of the play by Oscar Wilde. Opening in the Loeb Experimental Theater this weekend is The Motherf**ker With a Hat, which will be performed tonight, tomorrow, and Sunday at 8 p.m. The play is a dark comedy about five character’s struggles to rid themselves of harmful addictions to love and other drugs.
Saturday is also Feminist Coming Out Day. Visit Cabot Cafe at 7:30 p.m. for an evening of spoken word poetry, discussion, and art!
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Yo-Yo Ma '76 performs at the JFK Jr. Forum at the Institute of Politics as part of a talk on Cultural Citizenship with Kennedy School professor David Gergen.