It’s almost two months into the new school year and by now we’ve probably all had our fair share of both good and bad first impressions. Unfortunately, with class sizes over 1,500 students, combined with other class years and professors, the social ordeal that is meeting new people at Harvard never ends. So what do you say after you introduce yourself with your name, dorm/House, year, and concentration? More importantly, what do you not do?
This weekend is Columbus day weekend, and while your family is going on an annual apple picking day trip, we’ve reached the point in the semester where you instead are likely living the life of a Lamonster. Fortunately, Flyby is here to tell with tips about how to take advantage of the weekend.
Perhaps this is a bit late since the debate was last night, but here at flyby we’ve designed a fun (probably dangerous) game for all you upperclassmen for future events.
Here’s to all the freshmen who have never studied a day in their lives, who always got by in high school with intelligence and lazy indifference, and who are scared by the reality of an actual exam.
This season doesn't last long, and Winter Is Coming, so take advantage of the fall today.
This week, Flyby is filling you in on film and live music events in and around Cambridge—all you have to do is get yourself there, then sit back and enjoy.
Until the end of September, “Chiptopia” will provide free food and merchandise to loyal and frequent customers.
Last week, an image of Prince photoshopped onto a $20 bill went viral. But the image’s creator, Graduate School of Design Ph.D. student Brett Culbert, never got his fifteen minutes of fame.