If you have not been approved for Winter Break Housing, the first day you may return to residence will be January 17th, starting at 9 a.m. If you are coming back after not being here in the fall, stop by the building manager’s office to pick up your room key. Please email Amanda, the house administrator, if you need your room assignment again, or if you have any questions.
If you have not been approved for Winter Break Housing, rooms must be vacated by Dec. 20th, 5 p.m. your ID will shut off for building access/meals. If you are not going to be living in Cabot in the spring, the College expectation is that you are fully moved out of your room by the end of this term, Dec. 20th (Friday). If you are transferring to another house, you can contact your new house about storage options until your new room is ready. If you are approved for winter break housing and are also transferring, your winter housing will take place at your... Read more about Fall Housing ends Dec. 20th, 5 p.m.
Cabot dining hall’s last meal of term will be dinner onMonday, Dec. 16. After that, food service in Cabot Dining Hall will end, and resume again on January 24, 2020. Currier Dining Hall will be open until Thursday (12/19), closing after dinner. Over winter break, Currier will be open for lunch and dinner service starting January 3. The full schedule of HUDS openings and closings is here: https://dining.harvard.edu/campus-dining/undergraduate-dining/openings-closings. Thank you to HUDS for...
The House Life Survey is open now, and will be available through December 13th. 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!...
Gather around the Cabot Living Room fireplace to relax or study in the warmth of the fire and the company of Cabotians. To learn to build a fire, join us at ~8:45PM; make s’mores after 9PM. We ask for soft voices in conversation so all can appreciate the crackling fire. This event is happening Wed 12/11, Fri 12/13. For questions, contact Connie.
Need some puppy play time to help get your Reading Period off on the right foot? Professor Rosie would love to share all twelve weeks of her life experience with you to help. She can play tug of war, sit for treats, and chase a squeaky green ball that smells like bacon. If these are skills you need to master in order to swim through Reading Period, you are in luck!Rosie, the puppy of our Sophomore Advising Coordinator, will be holding office hours tonight in the Briggs Common Room, 8:30-9:30 p.m. For questions, contact Tory
Cabot’s annual winter holiday party, Festivus, will be on December 6th 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, 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. If you have a talent you would like to share, please fill out the form in your email by Friday morning.
This Thursday, come by the Cabot Theater for a production of “Ordinary Days,” a musical by Adam Gwon. This performance features our very own Jim D! Cheer on Jim and be entertained by this musical about making real connections in the modern New York City. All are welcome. Come stop by!