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Philosophy professor Alison Simmons introduces students to Humanities 10a. The two-semester course serves as an introduction to the study of the humanities and can now fulfill the College’s expository writing requirement.
Posters bearing the hashtag “#notCS50” cover the walls of Quincy House. The posters appeared in houses and class buildings across campus on Monday.
Posters for the #notCS50 campaign cover the publication rack in Quincy House. The posters appeared in houses and class buildings all over campus on Wednesday.
Gregory Davis, a tutor in Dunster House, introduces himself as students look on at the Tower Relighting on Tuesday evening.
The Dunster House Tower is relit at the House's Tower Relighting ceremony on Tuesday. According to House Master Roger B. Porter, the tower has not been lit for the past fifteen months due to renewal.
Dunster House resident tutors Jordan and Katie Anderson introduce themselves at the Tower Relighting on Tuesday evening.
Students look on as Dunster House staff introduce themselves at the House's Tower Relighting on Tuesday.
Construction workers who renewed Dunster House left a thank-you note in the House entryway on Tuesday.
The Dunster House gate sits in front of the newly renovated house on Tuesday evening. The phrase "Mini Parta Tueri" translates to "I will fight for what is mine."
Dean of Freshmen Thomas A. Dingman ’67 speaks to the Class of 2019 during Convocation in Tercentenary Theatre on Tuesday.
Members of the Crimson Key Society dance to “YMCA” with new freshmen at their annual screening of “Love Story.”
Carlos E. Díaz Rosillo, the Dunster House dean, addresses House residents at the House's tower relighting event on Tuesday.