Mother's Day
Multiple stores in Harvard Square, including Origins, participated in Mother’s Day, providing deals and discounts to customers.

Happy Monday! It’s the last week of this semester! Some people may be packing up to head home, but a lot of us are just getting started with our finals. Good luck everyone– the end is so close!

IN THE ATMOSPHERE

It’s going to be a high of 74 degrees today, but there might be some showers in the afternoon or evening.

IN THE D-HALLS

Lunch

Maple and Chipotle Chicken

Pork Sausage Sub with Peppers and Onions

Tofu Fingers

 

Dinner

Chefs Choice

Roast Turkey Breast

5 Cheese Tortellini with Spinach & Mushroom

 

IN THE NEWS

1) Jury Hears Closing Arguments in 2013 Murder of Harvard Security Guard: “Closing arguments in the trial of a man charged with the May 2013 murder of a Harvard University security guard were presented on Friday before a jury in Suffolk County Superior Court in Boston.”

2) UK Students Pleased With Support From Peers During Election: “British students said they generally felt that their peers at Harvard showed interest during the recent elections in the United Kingdom last Thursday.”

3) Harvard Reaches Agreement With Weston Over Contaminated Property: “After almost 10 years of delays and disputes, the town of Weston and Harvard’s Arnold Arboretum have settled a lawsuit and agreed on a nearly $14 million land deal, which will include Harvard paying for partial cleanup of portions of land that contain high levels of arsenic, according to a press release.”

4) In GIFs, Students Debate Donating to Senior Gift: “College seniors debated the value of donating to Senior Gift late last week as the Undergraduate Council’s former president critiqued the annual fundraising drive and his peers sparred over the initiative by sending GIFs over a class email thread.”

 

ON SPORTS

1) Liberos Make Big Impact in the Backcourt: “When junior Alister Bent and classmate Sindhu Vegesena step onto the volleyball court, there are two obvious characteristics that set them apart from their fellow teammates. For one, both are clad in a different color jersey than the rest of their teammates. More significantly, both players are among the shortest on their teams.”

2) Women's Track and Field Takes Home Heptagonal Championship: “Take out the brooms. Again. For the second year in a row, the Harvard women’s track and field team swept away the competition to take home the Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonals title, out-throwing, jumping, and running the field for a total of 157 points, 39 points more than second place Princeton.”

EVENTS

Askwith Forum: Transforming Teaching featuring Randi Weingarten, Jeff Duncan-Andrade and Anthony Bryk at 5:30 p.m. in Longfellow Hall at 13 Appian Way.