If you have not applied (and been approved) for winter break housing, housing ends Dec. 21st, 5 p.m. If you do not have winter break housing, you can return starting January 18, 9 a.m. Room inspections will begin shortly after fall housing ends, so please be sure to return all of your library books and return dishes to the dining hall!
The Cabot Dining Hall will close for service on 12/20, after dinner. Cabot Dining Hall will be open for the spring term starting 1/13/19, starting at lunch. If you are approved for winter break housing, Currier House will be open starting January 3rd. The full schedule of dining hall openings & closures is here.
The House Life Survey is open now, and will be available through December 11th. There is a special prize for houses with more than an 50% completion rate. The survey is an important tool for the Houses to understand your experience of House Life so far. We really appreciate your feedback, and encourage everyone to take the survey!...
The Cabot Theater Board invites you to another CodfeeHouse December 9th. There will be an open mic session from 8-9, and then a headliner (featuring Cabot’s own Avril Saavedra) from 9-10 p.m., and a holiday sing-a-long to wrap up the night. Hot chocolate and tasty treats provided by the Cabot Theatre Board. Bring your talent and your friends and enjoy! For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your wellness team is happy to present seated massage in the Private Dining Room. This event is at no cost to you—we encourage you to take care of yourselves as exams approach! For questions, contact Cresa or Isabella.
Join us for a night of home-cooked food and conversation in the new kitchen suite, H-101! Menu items include empanadas, mofongo, tostones, dulce de leche, y arroz con leche--all based on recipes from family and home. Co-sponsored by Cabot Culinaries and Cabot's brand new language table--La Mesa Español. RSVP by Wednesday 12/5 at midnight! For questions, contact Jess.
Cabot’s annual winter holiday party, Festivus, will be on December 7th at 6 p.m. in the dining hall. This event features Food, Feats, and Fire! The food will be Thai, Chinese and Indian food (delivered from local restaurants), the “feats” is our annual talent show (sign-up coming after the break), and the Fire will be a fire on the quad lawn, where you are welcome to burn your grievances and start fresh for the new year. The sign-up for the Feats of Talent is coming soon. All Cabot students, staff and tutors are invited. See you there!
URAF is hosting meetings in the Houses as part of Research Week. Come to the Senior Common Room this Tuesday at 7 p.m. to learn about summer research programs. Programs under discussion include PRISE, BLISS, PRIMO, SHARP, SURGH, PCER, Herchel Smith, HCRP, and regional center programs. URAF staff will be available to tell you about: how to prepare for the application process; identifying and approaching potential recommenders; and how research projects are funded. Explore additional events of Research Week 2018 by visiting: https://uraf....Read more about Summer Research Opportunities Info Session—Nov. 27, 7 p.m. (SCR)
It's time to elect a new HoCo. HoCo plans and executes events for the house with the goal of creating and promoting a welcoming Cabot community. We organize events such as study breaks, stein clubs, formals, Housing Day, Dutch Auction, the Harvard-Yale tailgate, and much more. To run as a Co-Chair, your nomination is due by 11/25. All other position nominations are due by 12/2. No previous experience withHoCo is required. Email the current HoCo Chairs with (1) the position for which you are running, (2) a statement no longer than 100 words,... Read more about Run for a HoCo Position!