Harvard senior Joshua Lipson recently took to the Opinion section of the Crimson to encourage his peers to try their hands at marijuana. “We might do well to experience the graces of a plant thought widely to combat stress, increase empathy, and spur creativity,” he writes.
Miya’s Sushi gave out free “piping hot pumpkin miso soup” to everyone who came by on Tuesday during the shift of server Frank Blazi’s, who has already been everybody’s favorite source of sake bombs and miso soup for ages.
THIS DAY IN YALE HISTORY 1940 Yale’s oldest living alumnus, Henry Haven Gorton 1862, turns 100 years old. At Yale he was a baseball player and debated the southern secession with his classmates.
A one-ton safe is abandoned in the Morse master’s driveway, having been blown open with nitro-glycerin by members of Book and Snake the night before. One member of of Book and Snake has an alleged “hobby” of safe-picking.
Meanwhile, nominations are open for the Harvard Crimson’s Fifteen Hottest Freshmen.