Though we may be a little too old for trick-or-treating, we can enjoy a different type of treat to get into the holiday spirit. Make any costume party even more spooky and festive with these ghoulishly good potions.
In 1964, a truck used to roll through Harvard Yard selling sandwiches. One day, when the truck arrived, a freshman asked the vendor, “But where can I get a beer?” Without hesitation, the driver gave the student the name and number of a “business.” Within 15 minutes, another delivery truck rolled into the Yard with a case of beer, delivering it to his freshman dorm.
With punch season now in full swing, it’s time to present the results of Flyby’s first-ever Final Club Survey. The online survey was emailed out last month to 4,838 sophomores, juniors, and seniors, and was partially or fully completed 1,927 times (though it should be noted that individuals could have taken the survey more than once). In the fifth installment of a six-part series on the survey results, we take a look at perceptions related to the social scene at Harvard’s final clubs.
FM spoke to bartenders working in the Square and near the Quad on the best wine deals in town, whether you’re looking for a sit down meal, getting drinks with friends, or just craving a rich glass of red.
Besides Natural Light, boxed wine, and stein club ales, Harvard students in the 1950s had the option of drinking Harvard Brewing Co. beers.
An interactive examination of the habits, preferences, and plans of the graduating senior class.
Freshmen describe a drinking culture that centers around hard alcohol and binge drinking, despite the new alcohol policy the College adopted several months ago.
Limited by the fact that administrators cannot police an illegal activity like underage drinking, many say Harvard has yet to find a solution to the freshman drinking problem.
The crisp air of autumn and the Apple iPhone 5 inspired this Fifteen Minutes Drinky Drink of apple cider, vanilla vodka, whipped cream, and cinnamon.
In a year marked by a major cheating scandal at Harvard, more than 30 percent of graduating seniors admit they have cheated on a homework assignment during their four years as undergraduates.
Whatever happened to those DAPA Camelbaks everybody's been clamoring over since the fall? If you're a freshman who put off buying a water bottle all year or if you're a senior who's had their priorities wrong for the past three years, you may have despaired that you were out of luck when this year's annual National Alcohol Screening Day was canceled.