It’s Thursday, which not only means it’s almost Friday, but also that Valentine’s Day is tomorrow! While some lucky people may be going on romantic dates, many are eagerly awaiting their Datamatch results. For those of you who are looking for love or just looking for plans that mean you won't spend your Friday night eating Oreos and cynically commenting your way through a rom-com movie marathon, the survey is due at 11:59 p.m. tonight.
UPDATED: Feb. 13, 2014 at 2:01 p.m.
IN THE ATMOSPHERE
There's good and bad news today. While the temperature rises to a balmy high of 38 degrees, it’s also going to be snowing and raining all day. Don’t forget your umbrella or you’ll probably give up walking to class halfway there.
IN THE D-HALLS
Grilled Reuben Sandwich
Roasted Honey Lime Chicken
Winter Vegetable Stew
Baked Salmon with Dill
Sweet & Sour Tofu
IN THE NEWS
1) Vigil Honors Lives of College Students and Alumnus: Members of the Harvard community came together last night at Memorial Church to hold a vigil for Angela R. Mathew ‘15 and Stephen Rose ‘06.
2) LL Cool J Named 2014 Cultural Rhythms Artist of the Year: “Philanthropist, musician, actor, and author LL Cool J has been named the Harvard Foundation’s 2014 Artist of the Year.”
3) Harvard Puts Romanian Timberland Associated with Bribery Case Up for Sale: “Harvard has put a large portion of its controversial forest holdings in Romania up for sale, according to documents filed in the country at the end of January.”
Interested in pursuing a career in law? The OCS is hosting an Undergraduate Law Internship and Career Fair tomorrow from 3 to 5 p.m. at 54 Dunster Street. From 4 to 5 p.m., the OCS is also holding a workshop entitled “Ace Your Interview.”
Men’s Volleyball is having a home conference game against Princeton tomorrow at 7 p.m at the Athletics Complex. Go Crimson!
If you’re interested in hacking, developing, and free pizza, go to HackLab: Hack Night at the Harvard i-lab from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m!
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Davie, who prefers to be only referred to by his last name, is one of many homeless people in Harvard Square that remain outdoors during the recent cold weather and snowstorms. While he occasionally sleeps at the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter, a spot is not always guaranteed due to a large demand.
To learn more about homelessness in Harvard Square, please read the first in a semester-long series of Crimson articles on the subject. You can also visit the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter's website to find out more about the work they do around the Square.