Construction on Lowell is set to begin June 2017 and continue through August 2019.
Lowell House renovations will last two years as what House masters described as the “largest and most complex renewal project thus far,” requiring residents to live in swing housing for the entirety of construction.
An image of snow on Weeks Bridge overlays an image taken seconds prior showing the view of Lowell tower from the bridge on Friday evening. The photographer used her camera to combine the images, creating a "double exposure."
Results of a recent Crimson survey indicate that most students are generally satisfied with House resources, although they may not be involved with their residences day-to-day.
Samuel Oh ’18 practices signing at the American Sign Language table in Lowell Dining Hall on Nov. 9.
Dorothy A. Austin, one of the Lowell House masters, serves tea to students at Lowell Tea, a weekly event hosted by the two House masters. Students later sang in celebration of Austin’s birthday on Thursday evening.
During a Halloween-themed Lowell Tea, Housemasters Diana L. Eck and Dorothy A. Austin serve tea to visiting students. The housemasters host Lowell Tea, which is open to all undergraduates, every week.
Peer counselors with the group Consent Advocates and Relationship Educators, or CARE, will lead the meetings, which a House-wide email—co-signed by Casey and House Masters Diana L. Eck and Dorothy A. Austin—described as “conversations.”
While event organizers say they understand the concerns about the party that the College raised, the cancellation nonetheless prompted questions about administrative support for inclusive social events.
Ankit Shah, the creator of Tea with Strangers, discusses the new Harvard branch with hosts Skip L. Rosamalia ’17 and Bowen Lu ’17 in front of Lowell Dining Hall, where Bowen will be hosting his next tea on Sept. 30.
A member of the Harvard Mountaineering Club practices rock climbing on the Lowell Bouldering Wall on Tuesday evening. The club hopes that the wall will not be demolished during the House’s renovation in 2017-2018.
It is less certain whether Lowell House will still feature a rock climbing wall after it undergoes renovation in two years.