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.
With the holidays right around the corner, many of your clubs and friends are probably planning gift swaps (Secret Santa, Secret Snowman, White Elephant, whatever your variant of choice is!). Here are some tips for making sure things go as smoothly as possible:
No, your phone isn’t broken - getting less than a hundred emails a day is normal. This is what breaks are meant to feel like! But if you realize you’ve already started missing the constant notifications, we at Flyby have compiled a list of things you can do to remedy your email withdrawal.
Flyby would like to wish you all a very happy and healthy Thanksgiving holiday! We hope that wherever you’ll be celebrating turkey day, you’ll be in good company and getting to relax a little before the end of the semester. If the fam gets to be too much or you can’t bear to be away from Flyby or social media for the next couple of days, we have the perfect solution.
Harvard Square is gearing up to usher in the holiday season with a unique take on the Black Friday tradition. The Harvard Square Business Association is planning to use the days following Thanksgiving to promote local businesses and authors, as well as to benefit charitable causes.
In honor of the upcoming mega-holiday, Flyby has rounded up a few ways you can make this miraculous, literally once-in-a-lifetime combination of Thanksgivukkah as epic and festive as can be.
The prospect of heading home for Thanksgiving is making us all giddy with excitement. The food, the friends, the relaxation, oh my! Here are five stages you may experience during your time at home; hopefully things won’t go any worse.
With classmates leaving campus en masse and holiday cheer leaving you homesick, staying on campus during Thanksgiving break may not seem like the most enticing option. But don’t fret—there are lots of ways to have fun during break that don't involve leaving the Boston area.
It’s time to embrace the holiday season, and what a better way to celebrate than to decorate your room? By now, everyone’s ready to revamp their dorm anyways. We at Flyby officially declare it time to “festivize” your living space. Here are seven suggestions for holiday room decorating:
Let’s face it—most of us have been looking forward to Thanksgiving since Columbus Day weekend, especially since we had class on Veteran’s Day. Unfortunately, we’ll be waiting a long time, because if Thanksgiving decides to come any later, we might be celebrating it during spring break.
While our Christmas countdown is going the whole year, we understand that, for some, mid-November might seem a bit early for Santa hats and holly. Well, guess what—it’s not. Here are some ways to enjoy pre-Thanksgiving November and embrace the season.