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Lavish Monday night banquets take place in a private Eliot House Dining Hall used predominantly for the Society.
Monday night dinners at the Society of Fellow's private dining hall often last from six to seven hours, with conversations covering anything from celebrity gossip to nuclear physics.
Despite some student objections, a portion of the MAC quad will be paved over to make way for an expanded parking lot.
Posters, which ranged from the humorous to the sentimental, are just one way candidates have taken to the campaign trail.
Students from Eliot and Kirkland Houses watch as the Cambridge Fire Department responds to a fire Monday evening.
A Harvard University Police Department officer stands in front of Eliot House as the Cambridge Fire Department responds to an electrical fire on Monday evening.
Students briefly evacuated Kirkland and Eliot Houses on Monday evening after a small electrical fire broke out in a walk-in refrigerator between the Houses’ dining halls.
Parents and relatives help students move out of Eliot House. Underclassmen must be moved out by Sunday, May 17th, while seniors must be moved out by Friday, May 29th.
Lynette G. Bye '16 prepares candy sushi to prank her friends on April Fools' Day in the Eliot House Kitchen.
<p>Maybe it is the picturesque views of the Charles River, or the close quarters that inspire a deep sense of solidarity, but for whatever reason, Eliot has consistently been one of the most spirited houses. As one of the original seven houses, Eliot has a rich tradition at the College. Throughout much of the twentieth century, Eliot maintained an exclusive reputation and selected only the most elite members of the student body with an application and interview process. Today, Eliot is beloved by all types of Harvard students. An additional claim to fame: Eliot has been the House most featured on the silver screen, appearing in movies such as Legally Blonde, Love Story, and The Social Network.</p>