Good things come to those who wait (kind of). After years of being known as the faces of dejection from "The Social Network," the Winklevoss twins have, over the last eight months, become the faces of Bitcoin. Last April, the New York Times revealed that the twins have created one of the largest portfolios of the completely digital currency out there.
The Crimson has asked a broad range of alumni, many of whom are still a part of the Harvard community, to reflect on the moment they heard of the President’s death. A smaller number of experts around Harvard have offered an assessment of Kennedy’s legacy in American culture and political history.
As much as we love that Conan C. O’Brien '85 was once one of us Harvard students, we can’t help but lament his participation in the the Harvard Lampoon, a semi-secret Sorrento Square social organization that used to occasionally publish a so-called humor magazine.
The Harvard Legal Aid Bureau commemorated 100 years of service and debated possible avenues for the organization’s future at conference at Harvard Law School this weekend.
Editor’s Note: While we at Flyby love giving you advice, we’ll be the first to admit that we don’t always quite know what we’re talking about when we do. But rest assured, dear readers—here is some advice worth taking notes on. In the hope of helping you to land that dream internship and/or job, we’re proud to present the advice of a real live Silicon Valley Professional, Jeremy L. Lizt ’97. Take it away, Jeremy.
Like many of her colleagues across the College, Jennifer J. Malin ’09 was very invested in the intellectual growth of her students when she served as a teaching fellow for undergraduates. But she also went above the call of duty, taking special note of the physical comfort of those under her charge.
The show has become a tradition for many Harvard reunions after members of the Class of 1968 first performed it at their 15th reunion, and is the longest running class reunion show in the history of Harvard College, according to the show’s music director and pianist Peter M. Larson ’68.
The Haydenettes, Hayden Sychronized Skating Team's senior level team, perform a simultaneous glide across the ice. An Evening with Champions, a public charity non-profit organization, has raised over $2.6 million for the Jimmy Fund.
Shawn Sawyer, the 2011 Canadian Nationals silver medalist and 2006 Olympian, completes a backflip in the middle of his spontaneous dance routine. An Evening with Champions, a public charity non-profit organization, has raised over $2.6 million for the Jimmy Fund.
Ludmilla & Oleg Protopopov, skating legends considered by some to be the grandparents of modern pair skating, demonstrate that age has no meaning. An Evening with Champions, a public charity non-profit organization, has raised over $2.6 million for the Jimmy Fund.
Maria Kalina, a sophomore at Harvard University, shines in the spotlight. An Evening with Champions, a public charity non-profit organization, has raised over $2.6 million for the Jimmy Fund.
Anastasia Cannuscio and Colin McManus, members of Team USA, beautifully finish their dance routine. An Evening with Champions has raised over $2.6 million for the Jimmy Fund.
Nathan Chen, the 14 year old 2012 U.S. National Junior Champion, lands his double axel. An Evening with Champions has raised over $2.6 million for the Jimmy Fund.
With Tennessee Titans’ starting quarterback Jake Locker sidelined with a hip injury, Ryan Fitzpatrick ’05 made his first start of the season in Sunday’s contest against the Kansas City Chiefs. Despite leading a second-half comeback, Fitzpatrick threw a costly interception in the fourth quarter that crippled Tennessee’s chances at victory, and the Titans fell to the undefeated Chiefs, 26-17.