Harvard Today: Nov. 18, 2013

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By Matt O. Ricotta

Oh my God. Only five days until Harvard-Yale. Only ten days until Thanksgiving. Lump off Mondays—there are bigger and better things in the horizon.

IN THE ATMOSPHERE

You can chant "Rain rain go away" as much as you like, but this is Cambridge, so it's still going to rain. Also expect 25 to 35 mph winds, because hey, why not? And to make things more difficult, there'll also be a high of 64. Have fun planning what to wear!

IN THE D-HALLS

On the Lunch Menu:
Honey Mustard Chicken
Baked Rigatoni with Mozzarella
Pepper, Tomato, Black Bean and Montery Jack Quesadillas

On the Dinner Menu:
Chicken Pot Pie
Emerald Pork
Creamy Chilaquile Casserole

ON CAMPUS

Arts and Humanities Dinner Series (For Freshmen and Sophomores)
Featuring a catered dinner, Michael Puett, and guarantees that fears of the humanities crisis are all for naught, this is an OCS event you won't want to miss. Be sure to register on Crimson Careers! 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., 54 Dunster St.

Science and Cooking Lecture
David Chang of momofuku will speak on "Fermentation: When Rotten Goes Right." Science Center C, 7 p.m.

IN THE SQUARE

"The App Generation"
Hear from the authors of the new book on youth and digital media. 7 p.m., First Parish Church, 3 Church St.

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