2nd Annual Harvard Graduate Student Trivia Tournament
Tuesday, April 2nd from 7-9pm
Cambridge Queen’s Head Pub (ground level of Memorial Hall)
Join us as grad students from across campus face-off to find out “WHO’S THE BRAINIEST OF THEM ALL?”
***Trivia begins promptly at 7pm, so please arrive accordingly.***
– Cash bar
– Up to 6 people on a team
– All team members must be 21 years of age or older (Bring ID!)
– Space is limited to 25 teams, so sign up early
– Door prizes (must be present to win)
Sponsored by the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Harvard Graduate Commons Program
Sign up here: http:tinyurl.com/HGSTrivia
Greetings 1L, 2L, 3L and LLM Harvard Law School Students:
DOS has made special arrangements to have Photography by Roman professional photographers on campus for portrait sessions from March 5-7 and March 12-14 from 9am-6pm (break from 1pm-2pm). This is the perfect opportunity for you to sit for a free session if you are interested in high quality portraits for personal or professional use.
Please visit https://www.securedata-trans7.com/ap/photographybyroman/index.php?page=10
to schedule an appointment. If you find your schedule unpredictable, WALK-INS are welcome, and the photographers will do their best to accommodate you.
There is No Charge for the session. Each student photographed will receive a packet in the mail and can order personal portraits for family and friends as well as for professional reasons.
The photographer will be set up on the 1st Floor of the Harkness Commons Student Center- Hark Box Area (by the fireplace). Business attire is suggested. Classic styles in solid colors look best.
Please contact the Dean of Students Office with any questions.
The Office of Career Services is seeking applications from current second-year students to serve as OCS Peer Advisors for the 2013-2014 academic year. Peer Advisors are responsible for assisting OCS staff with our various career-related initiatives. This involves assisting with career programs, monitoring developments in the legal market, counseling students, conducting career-related research, drafting content for the OCS website and blog and advising the OCS staff on student issues and concerns. Peer Advisors would be required to return to campus for EIP Preparation and EIP week. Because of OCS’ close relationships with employers, working in OCS offers a unique perspective on what is happening in the private sector. Peer Advisors receive $11.50 per hour and work 8-12 hours/week, plus paid training sessions. If you are interested in helping others navigate through the job search process and working as part of the OCS team, then this would be a great opportunity. Please submit a cover letter and resume via email by Wednesday, March 13th to yshen at law.harvard.edu. For additional information or questions, please contact Yih-hsien Shen, Assistant Director for J.D. Advising, by email at yshen at law.harvard.edu or by phone at 617-495-3049.