Due to further guidance from the College, the Houses have been asked to hold our housing lotteries until mid-April. However, I’m sure next semester is on your mind, so I will host a Q&A event about the lottery this Thursday at 5 p.m. EST via zoom. I’ll chat about the lottery process and answer any questions you may have. The link is on the Cabot Calendar.
As some who had expressed interest didn’t get to play, there will be another game night, this Wednesday, April 1, this time at 4p.m. EST on Twitch (a free broadcasting service). Trivia Murder Party and Quiplash seemed popular, so we can play those. I’m also happy to take audience suggestions. This time, there will be a zoom channel if you want to chat.
This Sunday, April 5 at 3:30 PM EST, Cabot Theatre Board presents the long-awaited reading of SHATTERED: A Drama in Two Acts, the tragedy about the downfall of a family in Revolutionary War-era Philadelphia that Ben (theatre tutor) wrote in the fifth grade. We all need to take our minds off of the real-time chaos unfolding where we can. Join us! Contact Ben F. for the link.
Rajiv is organizing a series of Cabot Instagram takeovers so that we can show each other what life is like for us this spring. Let’s use technology to bridge the physical distance and, at the same time, demonstrate how far the spirit of semper cor stretches. Rajiv will be soliciting students to sign up for the campaign, but so far we have three students ready to pilot the takeovers on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Follow @Cabot_House on Instagram! For questions or to get account access, email Rajiv.
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
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.
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—http://tinyurl.com/cabotlottery19.
If you are excited about housing day but still need to make your poster, come by the dining hall Wednesday night at 8, for a joint event from HoCo and Third Space. Come to the dining hall and make your poster and get excited for Housing Day!