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Martha Coakley, the first woman Attorney General in Massachusetts, smiles at a question asked by a Freshmen Luncheon and Discussion participant. The event, held on Wednesday, was lotteried with 15 freshmen attending.
While there is a need to protect the right of the press, the former state attorney general argued, media coverage can influence the actions of both juries and attorneys.
Freshmen brave freezing temperatures at the Class of 2018 Ice Skating Party on Thursday evening in the Science Center Plaza. The event was put on by the Freshman Dean's Office with free skate rentals, hot chocolate and s'mores.
Elana P. Simon '18 grabs a bite to eat with Crimson staff writers C. Ramsey Fahs '18 and Ben G. Cort '18 to share her incredible story about her unique battle with cancer. Simon was diagnosed with a form of rare liver cancer several years ago and has developed methods that are leading to faster treatment.
The presentation, which was was organized by the First-Year Social Committee, the Undergraduate Council, and the Freshman Dean’s Office, featured entertainment and speakers including Dean of College Rakesh Khurana.
A compost bin sits on the floor of a freshman dorm room Friday night. These compost bins were placed in freshman dorm rooms to encourage composting and sustainability.
The Office for Sustainability's website attributes the reduction to the introduction of compost bins in all freshman dorm rooms three months ago.
I roll out of bed at 8:45 on game day (you know, The Game), ready to document the event for posterity. First stop: the pancake breakfast in Annenberg to meet up with my fellow game-day warriors. We then head to a sad pregame in a freshman dorm. The theme of the pregame is “Too many Cooks.” Libations are poured to Smarf, the picaresque anti-hero of the 11 minute video. I’m offered some alcohol. I don’t take it for reasons of journalistic integrity, obviously.
Harvard Head Football Coach Tim Murphy says he helps connect roughly two players a year with prep schools that will help them develop academically and athletically.
Though they’re both veterans of the UC, Heine and Turban have emphasized their differences from the rest of the Council and say the UC needs to focus more on the students it supports.
Annenberg, the good old freshman dining hall, serves as much more than a place to eat.