Flyby Front Feature
Getting gifts for Valentines Day has always been complicated (do you use debit or credit?) but the Hookup Culture has made the situation even more difficult. You shouldn’t buy anything that comes off as too clingy, but then again, you probably shouldn’t be buying anything at all. Luckily, I am here with some helpful advice.
You heard it in kindergarten, in high school, and even here at college: there’s no such thing as a dumb question.
We may be over halfway through the school year, but you’ve probably still not met one of those mythical Mass Hall unicorns yet. Proving they really do exist, a Mass Hall resident and one of Flyby’s very own Avni Nahar ’17 is here to dispel some myths and reveal some secrets about what life is like when you get to brush your teeth just feet away from the one and only Drew Gilpin Faust.
Take a second to fill out this poll with your nominations of current Harvard first-year students who you think should be selected as the class of 2017's 15 Hottest Freshmen. We want the students who put the hot in hot breakfast in Annenberg.
As a current editor of The Crimson I am alarmed that you have dropped your middle initial from your byline. You recently wrote that your middle initial is an unnecessary relic from your days at The Crimson and is no longer necessary for your career as an established journalist at The New York Times. As a Crimson editor it is my duty to reach out to you and correct this egregious stylistic error.
Flyby hopes you’re all enjoying the holiday season, and taking a well-deserved break from the hectic lives you lead on campus. However you’re spending your time off, whatever you’re celebrating and however you’re celebrating it, we want to know! In the vein of our crowdsourced #flybythanksgiving, we want to see some pictures from your time away.
A recently published post on Craigslist advertised something just slightly on the unconventional side: a full-ride to Harvard University, with a bonus upon graduation.
Colbert put it best when he warned applicants to Harvard and Princeton that they may be aiming too low. "It turns out," he said, "there's now an even more elite institution on the scene."