It's a classic dilemma: You've finally turned in that take-home exam and you sense that the occasion calls for a celebration, but all your blockmates are busy and the trek to Berryline seems daunting. Before you turn to the time-honored solution of logging into Netflix, Flyby has a few suggestions for celebrating in a more functional way—here are beautiful, alternative creations that you can make yourself.
This Wednesday, two men partook in a true test of heart and stomach when they set out to consume thirteen Chickwiches in all thirteen dining halls over the course of one lunch period.
William H. Marks '12-'13, an inactive Crimson business editor, and C. M. Trey Grayson '94, director of the Institute of Politics, attempted what has been deemed the "Chickwich Challenge" to raise money for the Phillip Brooks House Association.
With the recent announcement that Soledad M. O'Brien '88-'00 is slated to take the stage at Class Day this year, we at the Flyby thought we'd seize this opportunity to reflect upon some words of wisdom from previous Class Day speakers.
Here are some salient snippets of their stirring speeches. Added bonus: watching these will help you procrastinate on that paper, guaranteed.
UPDATED: May 8, 2013 at 12:18 a.m.
With each class of actual seniors graduating every year, we sometimes forget about the fictional characters that have attended our fair university in TV shows and books. Here's what what we imagine they were up to when they were here.
They say that a parent's love is unconditional, but if you want to keep receiving care packages from Mom, it can't hurt to show her some love on Mother's Day.
Even though the holiday isn't until next Sunday, it's probably not a good idea to treat your gift like a response paper, because in this case, every word counts— and your mom, unlike your TF, will see right through your sloppy submission. To help you get started on your gift before reading period and exams drain your life source quicker than a Dementor, Flyby has some suggestions.
Welcome to "Listen Up!," Flyby's weekly advice column, written by two jobless, washed-up seniors from their futon in Winthrop.
We rounded up some of your most poignant questions from the past few week and responded with our unfailing wisdom.