Cabot summer storage opens today (Monday, 5/13). Remember that we are not doing furniture storage this year. Full details about storage are here. For questions, email Mike Russell (email@example.com). The storage info is also posted on Mike’s office door (A-11) if you are having trouble accessing links.
Thank you to HUDS for all of the great meals and fun times we have had this year. Cabot’s dining hall is closing for the academic year on Saturday, 5/18, after dinner and will re-open September 1st. After that, Currier, Adams, and Quincy House will be open for lunch and dinner through senior week (May 19-25)—if you are approved to stay on campus for Commencement/reunions/dorm crew, etc. (or if you are Cabot staff/tutors), you are welcome to eat there. Here is the full schedule of dining...
Every year in the spring, Memorial Church hosts “Senior Talks.” These are five-minute reflections from a member of the senior class in each house, as part of morning prayers. This Wednesday, Cabot will be represented by our own Alaina! The talk starts promptly at 8:30 a.m. at Appleton Chapel, so be sure to get there early! You are welcome to attend any of the other senior talks—the full schedule is here
The First Annual Cod Cup is this Wednesday, May 7. Showcase your athletic and non-athletic talent in this unique event. It will be taking place all over Cabot—on the quad lawn, in the basement conference room (Under the C), and the dining hall. For questions, contact Raj.
Curious about all the hype around meditation? Tried it once upon a time, but haven’t managed to make it a routine? Or do you have a regular practice that you’re comfortable telling others about? Join the Cabot Wellness Council for a Meditation Community Circle: we’ll practice a brief meditation, discuss our paths to meditation, and share stories about how we maintain a practice. Come for the bliss, stay for the hot tea and desserts.
Love dogs? Come to the Cabot Theater this Wednesday for a special dog-therapy study break! These are largely therapy animals, very well-behaved, and love belly rubs. All are welcome. For questions, contact Connie.
HoCo is proud to bring you our annual auction of unusual goods & unique experiences, the Dutch Auction! This event is always filled with hilarity, some unique moments, and pies in the face. This event will also feature a senior roast—if you are a senior with something to say, this is the moment you have been waiting for. For questions, contact Armaan.
Want to learn what the seniors have been working on all year? Come to the Senior Thesis Talks! This series began on Sunday, and continues today in our large basement conference room, now known as “Under the C” (Under C entry). No RSVP required, but get in touch with Bridget if you have questions.