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Cabot House students rush into Thayer Hall to deliver housing assignments on Housing Day.
Cabot House students show off their pride on the morning of Housing Day before delivering housing assignments to freshmen.
I awoke at 6 a.m. on March 13 to the hiss of my radiator and the loud, excited chatter of my blockmates in the hallway. It was Housing Day morning, my first as an upperclassman in Cabot House. I debated with myself whether to get up at all, anticipating the faces of freshmen—ranging from (hopefully) indifferent to (probably) teary-eyed—whose fates I would soon deliver.
When Cabot House Co-Master Rakesh Khurana becomes the College’s top administrator on July 1, he will be at the helm of both the Quad House he calls home and Harvard’s flagship school.
Cabot House Co-Master Rakesh Khurana will be spending more time in University Hall next fall after he takes the helm of Harvard College, but he and Co-Master Stephanie R. Khurana said that they will run the Quad House much the same as they have for the last three years.
UC President Gus Mayopolous '15 eats dinner with other students in Cabot Dining Hall on Feb 7. As part of the UC's Ghost Protocol, Mayopolous asked students to fill out a survey detailing their top three choices of improvements to student life on campus. Options included free printing, more money towards study breaks, and fresher fruits and vegetables in the dining halls.
Refrigerated bagged lunches sit in the Cabot House dining hall on Feb. 3. Students can pick up a pre-ordered lunch in the morning if they're pressed for time.
College students and Cabot House residents in particular expressed enthusiasm, support, and optimism for Rakesh Khurana after the Cabot co-master was named the next dean of Harvard College.
The incoming dean will bring leadership expertise from Harvard Business School and insider experience of House life to one of the University’s highest offices, colleagues and students say.
Khurana will succeed current Interim Dean Donald H. Pfister, who took the helm of the College in July after Evelynn M. Hammonds stepped down.
Pian, who was a professor emeritus at the time of her death, began teaching at Harvard in 1947 as a Chinese language teaching assistant.
Less than five minutes after Cabot Cafe opened its doors at 9 p.m. on Sunday, more than a dozen people had already come in, ordered coffee, and gathered around the space’s tables and couches.