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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.
Michelle P. Gallant, a clinical dietitian at Harvard University Health Services, explains intuitive and mindful eating to students in the Lowell House small dining room on Tuesday evening. Gallant advocates for the benefits of this non-dieting approach to eating.
Molly J. Zhao ’17, left, looks on as Reece V. Akana ’17, right, writes a message on a board outside Memorial Church to Luke Z. Tang '18, who died last Saturday. On Wednesday, students, faculty, and family members gathered in Memorial Church to commemorate Tang.
Vivian Y. Chan ’15 pauses while writing a note to Luke Z. Tang '18, who died last Saturday. On Wednesday, students, faculty, and family members gathered in Memorial Church to commemorate Tang. Childhood friend Sarah Wang said, “Luke taught me so much about love, humility, and perseverance. I love him like a friend, care about him like a brother, and miss him more than he could ever know.”
Family, students, and faculty members filled the pews of Memorial Church to celebrate the life of Luke Tang '18.
Local authorities are investigating the cause of the death, and there is “no reason to believe that foul play was involved.”
On May 1, the Lowell House Poemical Society held its annual May Day Poetry Reading in Lowell’s Senior Common Room. With recitations ranging from Sanskrit verse to e.e. cummings, from Keats to student compositions, the reading formed a part of Lowell's traditional May Day celebrations.
Lowell House will undergo renovation as part of Harvard's more than $1 billion House renewal project in 2017-2018.
Pending funding approval, planners will begin full construction on Lowell House in the summer of 2017, and administrators hope to finish the project the next summer, in 2018.