CORDELIA F. MENDEZ ’16 , Chair
I’m not going to say Cordelia F. Mendez ’16 could run the world, but I’m confident that she could at least run the country. That’s because Cordelia is easily one of the most competent people you will ever meet. And if you haven’t met her yet, then you should, because she is as smiley and friendly as she is capable.
I made plans to meet FM Chair (and local celebrity) Bailey M. Trela outside of Annenberg for an early dinner in the Queen’s Head Pub. While I’m shocked to see that Bailey actually showed up—and on time, no less—it’s no surprise that Bailey is already up to his usual shenanigans.
My name is Josh. Not to be confused with Josh from FM’s Advice to Josh column, which you should check out (here, here, or here). Anyways, I’m a very different Josh, though I too am a freshman here at the College. “The College” obviously refers to Harvard College. As you’ll soon learn, Harvard has its own lingo for everything (here’s a guide to get you started).
Hubway’s rental bikes, located steps away from the Harvard Square MBTA station will continue to be available to riders throughout this winter at local stations. In the past two and half years, Hubway has only been available depending on the season with this winter being an exception
The Harvard-Yale Game, which dates back to 1875, is one of the oldest and most notable rivalries in the history of college sports. It is also one of the most highly anticipated events of the college year for students from both schools. Regardless of whether or not you’re a sports fan, the weekend of The Game is a weekend for memories. These memories will not be created in a cubicle of Lamont or in the silence of Widener—you will likely be alone and crying in these places if you choose to stay behind. Throw on your Crimson gear, get yourself down to New Haven, and keep these do’s and don’t’s in mind as you prepare and proceed for a legendary weekend.
Professor Elisa New delivers a lecture, "Poetry in America: The Poetry of Early New England," on Thursday at the Harvard Allston Education Portal. The event was a collaboration between Harvard X and the Education Portal, allowing for both in-person interaction and discussion while hundreds viewed the presentation from their homes. Members of Professor New's panel included teachers and students from Lexington and Swampscott High Schools.