If you are not graduating or walking, or working for graduation, housing for the spring term ends at noon on May 13th. Your HUID will shut off, and room inspections will begin immediately. Students working for Cabot House for Commencement will move into their commencement rooms at noon. Forward your mail before you go:http://hums.harvard.edu/mail-delivery/student-mail-forwarding
Dining service for the spring 2018 term will end May 12th, after dinner. After that, Currier & Leverett will be open for lunch & dinner for those who are part of Commencement. Thank you to HUDS for feeding us so well this year!
The Third Space invites you to come see the art they’ve been working on this year in a small display opening May 7th. These will be on display in “The Nook” (the basement study space in the tunnels close to the dining hall) and “The Cranny” (the blue-colored study space close to the mailboxes). We encourage you to stop by!
As Commencement approaches, we would like to hear from you about seniors who have made a difference in our community, so that we may honor these students during the Commencement festivities. We invite you to nominate graduating seniors for a Semper Cor award or to be the speaker at our diploma ceremony. You can nominate someone to be recognized for community building, supporting personal well-being, supporting intellectual growth, and supporting artistic expression. Fuller details about these categories are described in the nomination form. (See Cabot-... Read more about Nominate a Senior for a Semper Cor Award/Class Speaker
The Dutch Auction is coming and will be next Wednesday from 8-10 in the D hall! For those of you unfamiliar with dutch auction, it's an annual auction to raise money for HOCO where Cabot residents volunteer various tasks and services to be auctioned off. In the past, people have auctioned off things like massages, custom artworks, lessons, etc. The possibilities are endless. Be as creative as you want. For more information, email HoCo: email@example.com. Bidding will be on Wednesday, May 2, 8-10 p.m.
Cabot students are organizing a Voter Registration Drive. This is being organized in coordination with Harvard Undergraduate Voters Choose and members of the Political Action Network. Look for a table in the dining hall on Tuesday, if you would like to register to vote. For questions, email Pablo.
This year’s quad formal, “Enchanted Garden,” will be on Friday, April 27th, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on the quad lawn. Get your tickets if you want to attend!There will be no physical tickets for Quad Formal. Instead, there will be a reservation list at the door of the event. Paid reservations for Quad Formal are on sale now for $25 in Quad House dining halls and at the Harvard Box Office (Farkas Hall). SEF-eligible students can request a reservation online via the SEF site. Reservations sold at the Harvard Box Office will be limited to one/person, so if you need to buy a +1... Read more about Quad Formal – April 27th, 9 p.m.-1 a.m. (ticketing in Dining hall, $25/each)
Every year Cabotians completing Theses share their work with short presentations followed by a lovely dinner. They've done incredible research and analysis - really worth hearing. We hope you'll attend! For questions, Contact Bridget or Sivash.
Are you Hungry? Join Cresa & Denson are hosting a walking tour of some of the most beloved food haunts along our section of Mass Ave and discover a few hidden gems. Space is still available! If you would like to sign up, contact Denson. Other questions, contact Cresa or Denson