You've seen them before. Heck, once upon a time you even were one. Yes, the prefrosh will arrive this weekend. And, as expected, many of them will be anxious to see the world that is Harvard, scared that they might not fit in, yet hopeful that they'll be lucky enough to find some new friends. Before you hosts out there lose your new admits to the multitude of events and celebrations going on this weekend, you might consider laying some ground rules—you know, so your prefrosh doesn't slowly morph into that prefrosh. High school seniors, take note: here's how to avoid being the talk of the town before you even enroll.
Although students in U.S. in the World 18: “Thinking About the Constitution” usually learn about the concrete applications of the Constitution during University Professor Laurence H. Tribe’s lectures in Harvard Hall 104, a dozen students saw constitutional law in action on a field trip to hear the oral arguments about the Defense of Marriage Act on Wednesday.