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Andrew S. Flesher '15 and Alejandro Perez '15 recreate the founding of Facebook in their n-1 suite.
“Oh, so you guys are Facebook official now! Now you know it’s legit.”
In today’s ambiguous world of dating, Facebook owes us some certainty.
More and more students spend a majority of their downtime on social media. Facebook has replaced a great deal of human interactions as a means for communication and meeting new people.
While Facebook has undoubtedly made students at Harvard feel more connected, academics and Harvard administrators are not sure whether it has truly brought the College closer together.
Before Facebook swept the globe and attracted more than one billion users, it got its start in a Kirkland House dorm room on Feb. 4, 2004 as an internal directory for Harvard undergraduates, running on a single server at a cost of $85 per month.
Ten years after Facebook's founding, The Crimson checks up on the former Harvard undergraduates who created the world's largest social network.
Apologies for the brief hiatus, but your trusty college admissions Weekly News Round-up team is back for two more weeks of juicy news. This week, we tackle SAT scandals and staying out of debt.
A new page for Pfister Pfans.
Interim Dean of the College Donald H. Pfister surprised students yesterday with another email in their inboxes—this time telling them that they looked like they could “Use A Cupcake”—and that same day, an anonymous samaritan publicly celebrated the dean’s quirkiness by creating a Facebook fan page in his honor.
Nine years after its founding, Facebook is returning to Cambridge. On Thursday, the social networking site announced plans to install a new engineering center in Kendall Square, a few T stops away from the Harvard campus where it was first founded.
We all know—some of us a little too proudly—that Harvard ranks among the best colleges for just about everything, minus HUDS tater tots. Recently, Harvard was on top as #1 yet again - this time, in an online ranking of the top 100 social media colleges. This comes at little surprise, given that Harvard is the birthplace of Facebook and awkward social norms. But what exactly do these rankings mean?
So you’ve reached a classic dilemma. It’s time to update your Facebook profile picture, and you don’t know which to choose. We all like to pretend as though we change our profile pictures with no deep thought, but really, be honest with yourself. Every picture you’ve ever chosen is trying to send a subtle message about who you’d like the world to think you truly are. Harvard students, you’re probably guilty of at least one of the following - take a look.