This isn’t just another endowment tax. This is a tax on financial aid. This is a tax on education. But perhaps most disgustingly, this is a tax on human lives and progress.
In the creation of the Transcript Project, the administrators have indeed proven that everything at Harvard is a competition between your classmates and necessitates academic pressure.
We're nearing the end of the semester, which means you're desperately in need of study breaks, but your proctor/tutor is desperately in need of study break ideas. Flyby's got you both covered.
Are you in a River house and thinking that you have everything you need in life? Think again—you need a Quad Daddy.
Without the elimination of a culture that does not offer an opportunity for reconciliation, Harvard will always be a mirror of America’s broken criminal justice system.
Step one: say “Harvard University is a big Fan of your work." Everyone wants to hear that.
Do their moms know they are participating in River Run? Do their moms know what River Run is?
With its gold-painted walls and weekly Steins—excuse us, Carpe—Adams House is a treat for any rising sophomore.
We know you don't really want to take the shuttle home. Text that Quad Daddy.
For the love of God, prove that you care.
In keeping with his immigrant roots, Harvard’s next president has shown his passion for diversity throughout his life.
Do you know how to pronounce Bacow’s name? Didn’t think so.
The Datamatch survey's immense popularity can be extended for other purposes. UC voting? Sugar daddy pairing? The possibilities are endless.
Flyby caught up with incoming UC president and vice president Catherine L. Zhang '19 and Nicholas D. Boucher '19 to put personalities to the winning ticket. Some "funny" stories, yay or nay games, and House of Cards discussions ensued.