They weren’t on campus to partake in the Great House War of 2012, but members of the Harvard Class of 2017 have already declared a war of their own with their prefrosh counterparts at MIT following an online prank.
Because of the work done by Olenka M. Polak ’15, non-English speakers will be able to go to the movie theater and enjoy blockbusters in their native tongues.
Harvard placed first in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition, which is often considered the most prestigious annual college-level math competition in the world, the Mathematical Association of America announced last week.
The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study has launched an annual University-wide art competition allowing students to solicit proposals and designs for an installation to be displayed in the garden bordering Brattle Street in the Radcliffe Yard.
Whether this weekend's snowstorm turns out to be an historic blizzard of epic proportions or a meteorological letdown, we at Flyby are ready to make the most of it. While some of us have one foot out the door to line up at Burdick's, others will likely find themselves holed up indoors for a good part of this frosty weekend. That could get pretty boring. So whatever you're up to this weekend, whether inside or outside, warm or cold, we'd like to see it. What better way to enjoy a blizzard than to participate in a photo contest? You won't be in class, you won't be at Freshman Formal, and you won't be doing your reading, but chances are you will be Instagram-ing, and maybe even tweeting.
We asked Harvard students, their families, and their friends to share one or two Thanksgiving-themed Instagram photos with us this holiday weekend by using the hashtag #flybythanksgiving.
"...For my singing aunts, and lots of food :)"—Joseph R. Botros '15
—Delphine Rodrik '14, Associate Magazine Editor
"Love this place!"—Pennilynn R. Stahl '15
"Fall flowers are essential"—Megan B. Prasad '15, Crimson Staff Writer
"Swiping"—Ruth D. Kagan '15, Crimson Designer
"Thanksgiving 2012 in Weld 25, home away from home."—Mai T. Nguyen '16
"Passing through"—Anna M. Frappaolo '14, Crimson Photographer
"Nothing like being back on snow."—Danielle L. Lussi '14, Crimson Photographer