It’s the last day of September already. Midterm season is in full force and isn’t going to let up until December…. In happier news, today is National Hot Mulled Cider Day. Let us know if you can figure out how to make this in the dhall.
IN THE DHALL
Chicken Parmesan Sub
Vegetarian Penne Bolognese
Sweet Potato Fries
Fried Buttermilk Chicken Drumsticks
Normandy Style Pork Loin
Farfalle PAsta with Cannelini & Basil Pesto
IN THE ATMOSPHERE
It’s going to be a stormy last day of September here in Cambridge — don’t forget your rain boots.
Doug Heye — This communications expert will be speaking about the difficulties in dealing with political conversational blunders. 4pm at the IOP.
Flu Shots — Get your free flu shot in the Currier Dining Hall from 5-8pm!
Resistance Screening — Come to this screening and discussion about the future risks of antibiotic overuse and and resistance at 5pm in Fong Auditorium.
How is Life at Harvard? — Talk to your peers about the ups and downs of adjusting to life at Harvard in the Women’s Center (Canaday B Basement) at 6:30.
Our World in Data — Dr. Max Roser will be discussing the empirical representations of our developing world. Emerson 105 at 6:30pm.