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Housing Market 2020: Cabot

From spacious singles to designated party spaces (i.e. the Aquarium) to Cabot Cafe, Cabotians love the physical spaces in their House. But any Cabotian will tell you the House’s real selling point is their tight knit community and inviting atmosphere that never fails to make you feel at home.


How to Enjoy Alone Time

Now that Valentine’s Day has come and gone, you may be back to ignoring your significant other in favor of psetting in Lamont or embracing your self-partneredness in true Emma Watson fashion.


Flyby Tries: Raising Hand in Lecture Every Day

With a looming and quietly intimidating professor at the front of the room, and what seems like every single student at Harvard crammed into a lecture hall behind you, talking in class can be daunting. This week for Flyby Tries, we decided to push ourselves outside of our comfort zone by raising our hand in lecture every single day.


How to Actually Compost at Harvard

Maybe you see the signs around dhalls about leaving food on your tray to be properly sorted or maybe you’ve seen the occasional composting bin around your House that made composting cross your mind.


The HUDS Hacks Your Inner Cook Has Been Waiting For

Along with summer internship application deadlines and chances to see your home friends, winter break likely brought yummy home-cooked meals. No one can really do it better than your parents, but HUDS’s selection of ingredients gives you a shot at making something even Gordon Ramsay would be proud of.


Peanut Butter and Jelly Yogurt Parfait

Peanut Butter and Jelly Yogurt Parfait, HUDS-Style


How to Get Out of a Commitment

As Harvard students, we love saying yes to things. Sure, 10 p.m. is an awfully inconvenient time to mark green on the When2Meet, but it’s not like you have anything planned then (at the moment, at least).


Top Books Written by Harvard Faculty

Looking to increase your reading load and broaden your analytical mind? Trying to impress your professor or interview with some sophisticated reads? Look no further: here are some of the most popular books written by Harvard Professors.


25 Questions with Datamatch’s Supreme Cupids

While Valentine’s Day may not be for everyone, there’s one Harvard tradition that just about everyone can get behind: Datamatch. This year marks the 25th anniversary of everyone’s favorite matchmaking survey, so we came up with 25 questions for Datamatch co-presidents Teddy T. Liu ’20 (a former Crimson technology chair) and Ryan Y. Lee ’20.


Shopping on a Budget: Valentine’s Day at CVS

Whether this is your first year spending Valentine’s Day at college or you’re a Harvard Square budget shopping veteran, it can get tough thinking of new gift ideas for your SO on Cupid’s Day. So, when all hope seems lost, fear not!


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