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This year the Emmys fall on a Monday so we're on campus early to give you full coverage live and on location. The live coverage is true. The location is Cambridge, Mass. in front of our television screen. We're going non-HD on this one so we can make sure there are no delays in transmission. Stay tuned throughout the night to get our instant reactions.
As he drank water from the fountain he thought of the girl at the front desk. She was young and strong and wore a red “Hemenway Gymnasium” shirt. He smiled at her when she swiped his I.D. card, but they never spoke.
Stephen Colbert has been in the news lately for his new position. Because we're all narcissistic, here are the best times he's featured Harvard on "The Colbert Report".
Embracing all social media options of the twenty-first century, we will now be posting photos to our newly created Flyby Instagram account! Follow us at @crimsonflyby for real time photo updates of Harvard happenings. Stay plugged in to campus scenes, events, and people on the go with everyone’s favorite app.
Here are five Janelle Monáe songs to know before you see her at Yardfest.
Flyby sat down to catch up with Hot Breakfast after their recent Battle of the Bands Victory. We touched base with Mike Senter-Zapata ‘14, Paul Castrigano ‘14, Pranav Krishanan ‘16, and Sam Berman Cooper ‘14 about how they’re feeling about their Yardfest performance on Sunday. Not present for the interview was drummer Mateus Falci ‘14.
"It’s really cool for us, though, when people know the words to our songs. It’s a cool thing to write an original song and see your friends make out to that song."
Homework can wait and the latest episode of Game of Thrones will always be on HBO GO, but YOYO—You Only Yardfest Once (or four times, but you get the idea). For those who are unsure how to get the best out of that Sunday, here are some tips!
“We’re not really sure where the distinctions are between person and persona..they become icons, almost in a religious sense, like Beyoncé is God,” Mauriello said.
By now, many of you have probably heard about “I, Too, Am Harvard”, a photography campaign inspired by an original play about the experiences of black students here at Harvard College.
“Most of what we do is fulfill other people’s expectations. You just have to meet them, and you win,” muses a young, female voice. “When what you expect of yourself changes, that’s when things get tricky.”