A prank issue by The Harvard Lampoon announces that all classes were canceled Friday due to an oversleeping keymaster.
The First Church of Cambridge is currently celebrating its 375th anniversary. Founded on Feb. 1, 1636, the First Church Congregational will host a series of services, lectures, and performances over the next semester.
As of Jan. 28, Cambridge has received 1,345 complaints of uncleared sidewalk, many of which remained covered in ice Monday afternoon.
Students at the Office of Career Services browse a table of booklets and “Rejected” buttons presented to them as part of the OCS’s “Reflections on Rejection” discussion on Monday.
Can’t stop the slide
The Harvard men’s hockey team dropped its third game in a row last night, falling to Northeastern, 4-0. The Crimson has dropped 17 out of its last 19 contests and is second-to-last in the ECAC standings.
Second-year student Mitchell Reich was elected the 125th president of the Harvard Law Review.
Can’t af-ford to lose
Northeastern junior Mike McLaughlin found the back of the net halfway through the first period to put the Huskies on top in last night’s Beanpot opener at TD Garden. The forward struck again at the beginning of the second frame, keying a 4-0 victory over Harvard.
No more Time ‘Joff
After announcing that he was leaving the Harvard men’s tennis team in September, Alexei Chijoff-Evans, pictured above in earlier action, returned to the Crimson in the middle of the fall semester. The senior, who has won twice since his return, hopes to earn an Ivy League crown.