Classes are over for the year, co-​​op jobs are wrap­ping up and, while campus is qui­eting down for winter break, there are still a handful of oppor­tu­ni­ties for fun on campus and around the Boston area.

Men’s bas­ket­ball: The Huskies take on Princeton on Sunday after­noon at Matthews Arena. Cheer on the squad, including freshman Quincy Ford, who on Monday was named CAA Rookie of the Week.

Curated Christmas: For the third year run­ning, the Har­vard Film Archive is holding its annual Vin­tage Christmas Show, in which film curator Doc Burr — a col­lector of classic Christmas fea­ture films and com­ple­men­tary short films — airs a selec­tion of hol­iday short films and sea­sonal com­mer­cials from the HFA’s col­lec­tion. Most films, which are not announced in advance, are pre­sented on 16mm film in the free screening, which starts at 2 p.m. on Sunday.

Yule Ball: Harry Potter fans rejoice! Don your dress robes or per­haps a sweater from Mrs. Weasley her­self and head to the Middle East in Cen­tral Square this Sunday night for the 7th annual Yule Ball, fea­turing Potter-​​inspired per­formers like Potter Puppet Palls, the Whomping Wil­lows and Draco and the Mal­foys, who will be per­forming their final set ever. Tickets to this all ages event are $20 and doors open at 5 p.m.

Bar­gain tickets: Get half-​​off tickets to top-​​billed shows in Boston like Peter Pan, the Boston Pops, Blue Man Group and the Nut­cracker through the Mayor’s Hol­iday Spe­cial, which through Jan. 1 is offering great deals on shows, restau­rants, hotels, parking and more.

TRACE reminder: For those who took classes this semester, TRACE sur­veys are due by Sunday. Fill out an instructor eval­u­a­tion for each of your courses on myNEU.