For the average college student, mornings can be one of the trickiest and most frustrating times of day. If one happens to be awake between the hours of 7:00 and 10:00 a.m., there is a 85% chance that one is highly annoyed with the behavior of someone else who is awake between those hours (sleepers tend not to cause trouble). In order to avoid early morning hatred for friends, blockmates, and not-so-innocent bystanders, you should first identify the type of riser with whom you are interacting and proceed to practice proper morning etiquette accordingly. At a time when it is so very easy to offend, it is essential to proceed with extreme caution.
Pottery, including these whimsical pieces by Office for the Arts instructor Tiffany Playford, took center stage at Thursday's showcase of pieces by artists involved in the Ceramics Program at the OFA.
Even as finals continue, many students are preparing to move out for the summer. Moving companies have competed for business with advertisements over mailing lists and on sandwich boards.
A COSAS box in Adams House holds donated student items. The COSAS project, supported by Adams House, Harvard Recycles, and other organizations, gathers goods to be sent to a small town in Costa Rica.