Cabot’s annual holiday party is Friday, December 2nd in the dining hall. We will be serving Thai, Indian, Chinese food in the Private Dining Room, plus a special menu from HUDS. After dinner we will have a Feats of Talent competition, followed by the Burning of Grievances at a fire on the Quad Lawn. Hats and accessories will be available. Ugly sweaters are welcome. If you would like to sign up for the gift swap, Festivus Friends, email HoCo.
Beautiful music, delicious food, and fantastic company! Formal Hall is a three-part evening of dinner, conversation and festivities. Semi-formal attire requested. Please RSVP by Thursday at midnight (there will be a separate email). Questions? Email Katie Wu.
You are invited to attend an operatic recital by our own Anisa Kureishi (’19). The recital will take place in the Bertram Common Room (K) with snacks and refreshments to be served in the Lansing Room (L-entry). Space is limited, so please RSVP with Anisa if you would like to attend.
Join Cabot’s two Diversity Peer Educators and the Race Relations, Reflections, and Wellness Tutors for the final installment of the Diversity Talk Series. We will attend the final talk, which focuses on oppression in the classroom, and then reflect together about the connections between oppression in the classroom and society more broadly, and the roles of race, socialization, and social well-being in our classroom experiences at Harvard. Meet in the Cabot dhall at 6:30 to walk to the talk together, and we’ll head back to Cabot after our debrief by 9:30 at the latest! Read more about Oppression in the Classroom Debrief — November 30, 6:30-9:30 p.m. (Dining Hall)