It’s Wednesday! You’re probably relieved that you’re halfway through the week but also terrified at the prospects of actually getting through the entire day. Why not pass the time away by taking our 100 percent accurate scientifically proven dhall personality quiz!
When you first walk into the dhall, you immediately go to:
1. The salad bar: You are a responsible person, balancing not only your work, extracurriculars, and social life, but also your meals! You know that a healthy dose of greens will help you look and feel great. But then again, you may just be feeling guilty about the unspeakable amount of midnight snacks you ate last night and are therefore forcing yourself to eat healthy.
2. The cereal dispensers: You are a no-frills type of person. You know what’s good and will go for it—even if it means three bowls of Cinnamon Toasters.
3. The grill: You are the creative type, channeling your innovative skills to create culinary concoctions every night for dinner. Your friends may scoff at your hipster glasses and make fun of you for being “too artsy”, but you know that deep down they’re jealous about your Garden burger and chicken panini (Disclaimer: we’ve never actually tried this).
4. The entrées: You are a risk-taker and you like taking chances, even when it comes to what you may be eating tonight. You fully embrace surprises, whether it means a Scheherazade Casserole or Beef Fajita Fettucine.
IN THE ATMOSPHERE
Cambridge is forecasted to get 6-10 inches of snow by later this morning. Unfortunately, no sign of classes being cancelled...yet. Head to the dhall before class to fill up a thermos of hot chocolate to help you survive the long trudge to section. You can always bring your TF a freshly-made snowball as a gift.
IN THE D-HALLS
Red Spiced Chicken Breast
Roasted Vegetable Panini
Cider Roasted Pork Loin
Herb Roasted Whole Chickens
Don’t hear enough from your professors in class? Stop by Sanders Theatre at 8 p.m. for Harvard Thinks Big V, in which six Harvard professors will deliver TED-style talks on a wide range of topics. Dean Pfister will be delivering the opening remarks—so we’ll be there. Be sure to pick up your tickets at the Harvard Box Office starting at 5 p.m.!
But if you’ve had enough lectures to last you for a while, check out Dunster House Opera’s production of Cosí Fan Tutte in the Agassiz Theatre at 7 p.m. The show is an opera about a wife swap. We don’t know if it’ll match up to the artistic genius of the ABC reality show, but it’s worth a shot. Tickets are available at the Harvard Box Office for $5 with HUID.