Cabot HoCo invites the whole quad community to a special QUADFEST event. This year, Quadfest will take place Sunday, November 3rd, 3-6 p.m. on the Quad Lawn. Free food trucks, live music, stein club, pumpkin carving, lawn games, and some surprises await you. Come out and enjoy your quad community. Semper Cor.
Cabot is delighted to welcome our new Title IX Coordinator, Erin Clark, to dinner on Wednesday. Come stop by the Private Dining Room to ask questions, learn about the Title IX office, and get to know more about the resources available to you when it comes to harassment or discrimination. Or just come for the snacks. All are welcome.
Yasenimary Velazquez and Emily Romero invite all of Cabot to come to a special event on Friday, Nov. 1 in the Cabot Living Room (E-Entry) to appreciate our staff—our dining hall and custodial workers who work so hard to keep our space clean, give us good meals every day, and help set up all of our events for us. We will be ordering food and drinks for this. If you would like to join to thank our Cabot staff, all are welcome.
): The Cabot Formal Hall team warmly invite all Cabotians to their next Cabot Formal Hall event, this Friday.Cabot Formal Hall is a three-part evening of conversation, dinner, and festivities that aims to take the age-old traditions of Oxford and Cambridge to bring the Cabot community closer together. The dress, the SCR, the decor, and the food are all part of the fun, but they're also the details that help us step out of our normal routines and get to know new people. In other words, the heart of Formal Hall is celebrating the Cabot community.... Read more about Cabot Formal Hall—Oct. 25, 6-10 p.m. (SCR+Barnard Common Room)
This is my Brave’s College Edition performance is an inspiring 90-minute mental health storytelling event featuring college students sharing their stories of overcoming mental illness through essay, poetry, comedy and music, all aimed at ending the stigma surrounding mental illness. Admission is free, but to reserve a spot, you can do so here. More information available at: www.thisismybrave.org.
Cabot’s Fall Faculty-Student dinner will be Thursday, October 24. We will have a reception from 5:30 to 6 p.m. in the Cabot Living Room (E-Entry), followed by dinner in the Cabot Dining Hall starting at 6 p.m. Cabot students and tutors are welcome to invite their professors, or TFs, or coaches, or tutors/proctors for a sit-down dinner. Cabot students may invite a guest individually or as a group.
Join Queer Cabot to honor National Coming Out Day, hear from your fellow queer Cabotians–students and tutors–perhaps share your own stories, and chill with a free drink from Cabot Cafe. Everyone is invited, all identities and allies welcome! Can't make it? Write a message of support and love for your queer peers on the Solidarity Banner in the Dining Hall! Connie
Wishing you had been involved in last year's show? Gathering your extra espresso shot coffees as you read this? Wondering how the heck this works? The show in 24 hours is an exciting chance to write and produce a mini-production over the course of one day that's then performed to an adoring, appreciative audience of your fellow Cabotians. We will pick a date according to your availability if you want to: WRITE a short, original play; DIRECT a brand-new performance; ACT in a never-before-seen show; DO TECH behind the scenes; and more, including SINGING, COMPOSING... Read more about Cabot’s 24-hour show
In this workshop series, run by our expert non-res. tutor Eric Liao (Moth StorySlam veteran, from nonprofit media company PRX), you'll work with a small group of fellow Cabotians to practice the art of storytelling and refine stories of your choice. This 4-week workshop runs from October 19th - November 9th and meets on Saturdays from 11:00 am - 12:30 pm. Spots are limited so please RSVP. If you are interested but cannot commit, you can contact Isabella to be added to a list of interested Cabotians for future opportunities.