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Jackbox Game night on Twitch—March 25, 8 p.m. EST

March 23, 2020
As a test of new technology, we will be hosting a virtual game night on Wednesday, March 25th at 8 p.m. EST on Twitch (a free broadcasting service). Games will be: Tee KODictionarium, Quiplash 2, and more. To play you just need a smartphone and a computer monitor. If you have other games to recommend, please email Amanda ( with your suggestion. Read more about Jackbox Game night on Twitch—March 25, 8 p.m. EST

Thesis Reading: Malediction—March 26, 5 p.m. EST, via Zoom

March 23, 2020
Join us for a reading of Malediction by Stuti Telidevara. A note from Stuti:  "For my senior thesis I wrote a short story collection about the supernatural possibilities of campus spaces a(nd little did I know the most surreal campus experience of my life would come the day after I turned it in). So my stories feature ghosts, doppelgangers, strange experiences all around. I wanted to read the titular story at Cabot Read Aloud sometime in the spring. So come Zoom with me for a story about ten-year reunions, intense theatre kids, and a very weird weekend!" Email Eve to join the... Read more about Thesis Reading: Malediction—March 26, 5 p.m. EST, via Zoom

Pre-Med Office Hours—March 24, 6-7:20 p.m. EST, via Zoom

March 23, 2020
We'll be holding pre-med office hours once a week. This week, resident tutor Layla is holding pre-med and pre-health office hours on Tuesday, March 24, from 6-7:30 PM EDT pm over Zoom. Bring anything that might be on your mind - from questions, from wondering what careers in medicine or health might look like, classes questions, to questions about applying - and anything else! For questions email Layla.

Housing Lottery opening April 2

March 23, 2020
During the normal school year, we would now open our housing lottery to help you all choose your housing for the next year.  The College has asked all Houses to suspend their housing lotteries for 2 weeks, so the current plan is to open the lottery on April 2.  The lottery process in Cabot has been described in the past as “super chill.” The hope is that we can continue this tradition online. If you want to get an idea of how it normally works, you can check out last year’s lottery site—