Eve S. Jones

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How To: Get the Best Acceptance Reaction Video

So you just got into Harvard. Congrats! But if you’re really meant for Harvard, you should know that every moment is an opportunity to capitalize on your past successes. You need to post a reaction video and get those sweet sweet TikTok views. Here’s how to make it happen.

The Houses as MBTI Personality Types

Well, here we are again, assigning personalities to arbitrarily assigned houses. But here’s the thing: if we keep giving them personalities, one day they’ll stick. So here, have some identity in its purest form: MBTI personality types.

Alternatives to Blocking with Your ‘Friends’

Word on the street is that some freshmen are making Google forms and waitlists for their blocking groups. That’s just… that’s absurd. So, here are some ways to decide about who to block with that don’t involve begging your ‘friends’ to let you live with them or telling people What Father Does For Work.

Love Letter to Feb. 15

Valentine’s Day is… fine, but today is even better. Chocolate, drama, being halfway through the week… Feb. 15 is the only thing that makes Feb. 14 worth getting through, and I’ll tell you why.

Single and Gay on Valentine's Day

The whole thing about being gay is, you can’t really do it alone. I can say I’m a lesbian until the day I die, but as long as I’m single, I’m just a girl with a questionable haircut and a carabiner on my (left) belt loop. And no day adds insult to this injury quite like Valentine’s Day.

Humanities Student Tries a Big Lecture for the First Time

If you have ever met me, you know I am a rather archetypal English student. So much so, in fact, that I am in my fourth semester at this university, and the largest lecture I have ever attended was 80 students. Recently, it was brought to my attention that this is not the experience of a typical Harvard student. So, I decided to check out a big lecture just to see what I was missing.

An Ode to the Rats of Harvard

It creates a certain amount of cognitive dissonance when we find ourselves, at a hallowed institution, co-existing with vermin. But, in a way, it’s comforting to watch a rat frolic through a decrepit stone wall. Here’s why the rats of Harvard aren’t so bad after all.

Whatever You Do, Don’t Go To The Barker Cafe!!

You may be tempted to visit the Barker Cafe, now that it’s open. But I’m here to warn you—do not under any circumstances visit the Barker Center’s picturesque, sun-dappled, caffeine-oriented rotunda. Flyby #gatekeeps.