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Rachel A. Gillett, an assistant director of studies for the Committee on Degrees in History and Literature, became interim House dean on Nov. 3 after the current dean took a maternity leave.
Surveyors are actively evaluating three houses to determine which one will follow Winthrop House in undergoing a complete renovation, likely to begin in 2017.
“They’re writing about you?” one friend asks incredulously as she pulls up a chair. “Yeah, about how much of a burden I am on my friends,” Michael J. Landry ’15-’16 answers sarcastically.
Most anyone you’ll meet can gush about the adorable tutor couples—we’ll call them “touples”—in their House, and to supplement all the squealing, Flyby decided to profile one of the cutest.
The Undergraduate Harvard Political Union hosts a discussion "Sexual Assault & Rape Culture" in the Lowell House Junior Common Room Thursday evening in which students voiced concerns and recommendations to improve communications and university response moving forward.
Students advocated for a more victim-centric handling process of sexual assault cases and debated safe social spaces on campus in an intimate discussion about sexual assault and rape Thursday evening.
Members of the Lowell House Society of Russian Bell Ringers ring the bells on Sunday afternoon.
Harry W. Hild '16 of the Lowell House Society of Russian Bell Ringers looks at the view of Cambridge from the belltower.
“Basically we want to teach you. We want to show you the ropes,” says Dylan F. Perese ’17. The ropes Perese refers to are actually cables: heavy-duty ones with the strength to suspend the 25-tons-worth of bells that he and the other members of The Lowell House Society of Russian Bell Ringers play every Sunday.
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.