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Nico J. Schwalbe ’14 opens the door of a tiny room in the Lowell basement filled with tangled cords, and I take a seat on an amp by the drumset. This is the rehearsal space for L.A. Jeff, a student band Schwalbe helped found. We are soon joined by Sam J.J. Newmark ’14, who greets me and immediately starts unpacking his guitar.
Daniel P. Schrag, Director of the Harvard University Center for the Environment, met with members of the Harvard community Tuesday night as part of the Lowell Master’s Dinner series.
Students, resident scholars, and House Masters alike gathered Tuesday evening for a Lowell Masters’ Dinner to discuss climate change and policy-making with renowned environmental science and engineering professor, Daniel P. Schrag.
The much anticipated housing day trailers have finally arrived, and Lowell has made yet another incredible statement: a parody of Yoncé’s “Drunk in Love” to seduce freshman to Lowell house.
Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Michael D. Smith (far left) held a discussion with students regarding the next Dean of the College in Lowell House.
Undergraduates who attended Wednesday night’s open forum urged Faculty of Arts and Sciences Dean Michael D. Smith and members of his search committee to choose a new College Dean who will be attentive to the idiosyncrasies of the Harvard social scene.
Juliet N. Macchi ’12, pictured with her mother Susan Brightman Macchi, was killed in an automobile accident on Saturday night. Lowell House Master Diane L. Eck remembers Macchi as having “a lovely, bright countenance.”
The former Lowell House resident and VES concentrator, who loved art, film, and skydiving, was killed alongside her mother as a result of an automobile accident on Saturday night near Plymouth, Mass.
Juliet N. Macchi ’12, pictured just before her Class Picture during the week of her Commencement, was remembered by friends as creative, free-spirited, and fearless. Macchi and her mother died as a result of a car crash Saturday night.
The former Lowell resident, who died following a car crash late Saturday night, was described by those who knew her as a free-spirited individual and artist who shied away from convention and indulged in her own unique passions.
In honor of both the opera company's 75th anniversary and the 100th anniversary of Benjamin Britten's birth, the Lowell House Opera will be perform the English composer's musical adaptation of Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" in the Lowell House dining hall. Performances continue until April 8.
Upperclass students cheer on freshmen as they walk through the house tables.