Hubbard is notable because it is one of the only houses on campus without a TV. And Hubbardites appreciate their proximity to academic buildings, which makes most classes only a dash away.
Hubbard is one of the oldest houses on campus. It is unique in having its own anniversary reunions. In the fall of 1978, its 100th anniversary was celebrated. The day-long gala included a large gathering at the Ainsworth Gymnasium, a luncheon at the Alumnae House, an open house and a retrospective exhibition. Julia Child, a noted Hubbardite, was one of the attendees.
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