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You were too excited about finally having a date on this usually tragic holiday that you forgot to actually plan the date. No worries—Flyby has your back. Here are some last-minute suggestions for Valentine’s Day spent in Harvard Square.
Getting gifts for Valentines Day has always been complicated (do you use debit or credit?) but the Hookup Culture has made the situation even more difficult. You shouldn’t buy anything that comes off as too clingy, but then again, you probably shouldn’t be buying anything at all. Luckily, I am here with some helpful advice.
As if the threat of an impending D.T.R. after every encounter wasn’t terrifying enough, Valentine’s Day has reared its cloyingly colored head once again. V-Day is one of those tricky subjects that’s easy to brush aside and even rant about when it’s several pages away on your calendar. But when it’s finally here?
Those of us flying solo this Valentine's Day may be irked by the constant reminders of the lack of romance in our lives (thank you, Starbucks, for repeatedly sending buy one get one free latte offers to share with our nonexistent “significant others”). Luckily, there could be a quick fix to this problem– Datamatch! With Valentine’s Day and the deadline to complete the survey less than 12 hours away, you've got to get started if you want to find your soulmate ready for the big day tomorrow!
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and for those of you who are delaying making plans the way most students put off their p-sets, time is running out to get your date sorted.
Flyby hopes you’re all enjoying the holiday season, and taking a well-deserved break from the hectic lives you lead on campus. However you’re spending your time off, whatever you’re celebrating and however you’re celebrating it, we want to know! In the vein of our crowdsourced #flybythanksgiving, we want to see some pictures from your time away.
We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving holiday and enjoyed the break from school. Here's a gallery of some of the 'grams and tweets from #flybythanksgiving. Thanks to all participated—it was fun to see how people celebrated!
By now, you’ve probably woken up from your turkey-induced coma and gotten back into your normal weekday routine (just in time for reading period to start and mess with it again). And let’s be real—the only exercise you got over break was from stampeding innocent fellow shoppers on Black Friday. So, to help you lose those post-Turkeyday pounds, Flyby suggests taking some of these easy steps:
Runners are starting the 5K Yulefest race at the starting line on Massachusetts Avenue. The Yulefest race was a 5K run across Harvard Square in which participants were encouraged to wear holiday costumes.
Harvard students enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving meal cooked and created by HUDS in Quincy House Dining Hall on Thursday from 12 to 6 PM.