Tired of hearing "Levels" on repeat while bros play beer-pong, but don't know where else to party? Anna M. Remus '13 has got you covered.
On April 1, she will launch The Neon Underground, an official guide to Boston nightlife. The website will include a calendar of upcoming events geared towards the twenty-something crowd, Remus explained, "so that people can understand exactly what is going on each night."
Remus hopes it will encourage students to explore Boston's vibrant nightlife by showing that our social scene isn't limited to final club hopping on Mt. Auburn street. The website will highlight other options in Boston that are only T-stops away, like dance parties, nightclubs, and chic bars. "As a Harvard student it is very easy to stay in the bubble and not go anywhere in the city," she said.
If you can't wait until the website's official launch, follow The Neon Underground on twitter and "like" their Facebook page. The twitter feed will post updates throughout the night about the best places to go, bars that aren't carding, and everything else rage-related.
"Harvard students at the core are very ready to party," Remus said. "They work hard and they play hard." The Neon Underground is here to help you put away that pset, abandon your cubicle in Lamont, and release some of that work-week stress.