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.
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.
FM's 15 Hottest Freshmen Issue (coming out this week!) celebrates the beauty of our campus's newest faces. What about some of the oldest? Flyby is proud to present Harvard's Fifteen Hottest Portraits (2013 Edition).
Think Harvard students can't get down?
A driven group of the class of 2016 brought swag to campus when they started the Harvard College Rap Collective, which was officially approved by the OSL on April 1, according to the group's Facebook page.
While few may know it exists, Harvard does have a recording studio in the Quad for students' use. Unfortunately, it's filled with equipment from the '80s. Michael Jackson and Prince are great, but some students want to record more current music on more current equipment. And so they've launched Quad Sound Studios, which seeks to raise $20,000 in funding to create a "full-service recording studio," staffed with engineers to help musicians with recording, according to Matt P. Sheets '15, president of Quad Sound.
Tyga got you down? You're not alone. Eliot House is hosting an alternative to Yardfest, featuring a performance by the up-and-coming hip hop and soul artist Shea Rose. On Saturday, doors—or gates, rather—to the Eliot courtyard open at 6:30, and Rose goes on at 7:00.