Mooseletter March 26, 2012
From the Office of the Resident Dean
Carlos E. Díaz Rosillo
Please remember that Final Degree applications for May 2011 degree candidates are due by Monday, April 2. Monday is also the last day upon which May 2012 and November 2012 degree candidates may file a foreign language citation. The form must be received at the Registrar’s Office (not the House Office) by 5 pm next Monday. NO EXCEPTIONS.
GRADUATING SENIORS who have not filled out a degree application must do so by April 2. You should visit the Registrar’s office webpage for all the details. ADVANCED STANDING students who are graduating this May also must fill out a degree application.
JUNIORS & SOPHOMORES
Thinking about taking next term off? Stop by to talk with me if you are, and see Alyssa (J-38) about canceling your room and board contract.
CARLOS’ OFFICE HOURS
Week of March 26 - 30
Monday, 3/26: 3-5, open
Tuesday, 3/27: 11-12, by appointment
Wednesday, 3/28: 3-5, open
Thursday, 3/29: 11-12, by appointment
Friday, 3/30: 2-5, open
Other appointments by arrangement: Call 5-2263 or e-mail email@example.com.
The tutor(s) on-call for the week of March 26 –April 2, is Seth Herbst. He resides in J-21 and can be reached at 3-2325.
Prizes and Awards: Graduate fellowships and prizes are listed in the House Commencement Program. To get recognition for your hard work throughout your academic travails here at Harvard, please inform Diana of any awards or prizes you’ve won. We can’t guarantee that all prizes will be included, but we’ll try. Please don’t wait until the last minute, as it might not make it into the Commencement Program. These listings are for Dunster House Program only.
Planning to take part in Commencement Activities? March 2012 or November 2012 degree candidates who would like to take part (WALK) in this May’s Commencement activities should contact Diana ASAP.
Dunster House Needs USHERS! We need help with House Commencement activities starting on May 22, 23, and 24. You may stay in the House an extra week and join in the fun! Contact Diana at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
TUTOR OFFICE HOURS: (All meetings will take place in the Dining Hall)
Archeol, Anthro, Fellowships, Russian (Nat) Mondays: 8:00-9:00 pm
Chemistry & Chinese (Theresa) Mondays: 8:00-9:00 pm
Government (Molly) Mondays: 7:30-9:30 pm
History &Public Service (James) Mondays: 7:30-9:30 pm
Life Science (Amanda, Neil & Albert) Mondays: 8:00-9:00 pm
Math/Engineering/Physics (David) Mondays: 7:30-9:30 pm
Sociology (Geniece) Mondays 8:30-9:30 pm
Fellowships & Public Health/Health Policy (Kirstin) Tuesdays: 9:00-10:00 pm
Fellowships, Music, English, & Writing (Seth) Tuesdays: 8:00-9:00 pm
History & Science (Scott) Tuesdays: 8:00-9:00 pm
Religion (Odeviz) Tuesdays: 7:30-9:00 pm
Spanish (Marina) Tues. & Thurs.: 7-8:00 pm
Pre-Law and Business (Wei) Wednesdays: 8:00-9:00 pm
Psychology, Music, German (Kathy) Wednesdays: 8:00-9:00 pm
Economics (Ricardo) Thursdays: 8:00-9:00 pm
April 2, Monday
Final degree applications for May 2012 Degree Candidates due.
Last day to change concentration without Administrative Board approval for May 2012 and November 2012 Degree Candidates.
Last day upon which May 2012 and November 2012 degree candidates may submit a completed and signed foreign language citation study plan to the Office of the Registrar. There are no exceptions to this deadline.
Advanced Standing-eligible students planning to graduate after six or seven terms in May 2013 or November 2013, or to begin a fourth year AM program in fall term 2012, must file the Advanced Standing Activation Form by this date.
April 11, Wednesday
Deadline for the class of 2015 to report advising conversations.
April 15, Sunday
Applications for degree credit for study out of residence for the summer are due at the Office of International Education.
April 26, Thursday
Last day in the spring term upon which undergraduates will ordinarily be granted a leave of absence from the College.
Students leaving the College by this date are charged three quarters of tuition, and the Student Services Fee.
April 26, Thursday, through May 3, Thursday
TUTOR SPOTLIGHT – Featuring: RICARDO PEREZ-TRUGLIA
WHERE IS YOUR HOMETOWN?
Ciudadela, Buenos Aires.
TELL US SOMETHING INTERESTING ABOUT WHERE YOU GREW UP.
The neighborhood was given a nickname after Fort Apache, The Bronx, a 1981 movie about a crime-ridden part of New York City.
DO YOU HAVE ANY SIBLINGS AT HOME?
Yes, my brother Gonzalo.
DID YOU HAVE ANY PETS WHEN YOU WERE GROWING UP?
Yes. Dogs, cats, and for a couple of weeks even a horse and a sheep. It is worth noticing that it is not a rural area!
WHAT SPORTING OR OTHER EVENT DO YOU ENJOY WATCHING? Soccer!
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE COLOR?
WHAT IS YOUR MUST DO/SEE EXPERIENCE IN BOSTON?
Brunch in Newbury Street is a classic.
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE MEAL?
Asado (Argentinean BBQ).
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE DESSERT?
WHO ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVORITE ACTORS?
Comedians like Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and Conan O’Brien.
WHO ARE YOUR HEROES?
WHAT WOULD BE YOUR FAVORITE VACATION?
Don’t care, as long as I am around the people that I love
WHAT KIND OF MOVIES DO YOU LIKE?
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE SEASON AND WHY?
Summer. What is not to like???
WHAT BOOK HAVE YOU READ RECENTLY THAT YOU RECOMMEND?
WHAT IS THE FARTHEST YOU HAVE BEEN FROM HOME?
I always like to feel at home.
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE THING ABOUT DUNSTER HOUSE?