Student Life

Student Groups

Marathon Challenge To Raise Money for PBHA

​Braving the freezing winter, a group of Harvard undergraduates are running this coming April’s Boston Marathon to raise money for the Phillips Brooks House Association’s Summer Urban Program.

Something Rotten In The House of Cabot
House Life

Burst Sewer Pipe Closes Cabot Dining Hall

​Cabot House’s dining hall closed Wednesday afternoon and evening after a sewage pipe in a nearby bathroom broke Tuesday night, producing an odor that many Cabot students called foul.

Berryline
College

Harvard Square Businesses Call Datamatch 'Good Advertising Tool'

As pairs of students flock en masse to Harvard Square eateries after Datamatch, employees say the dates bring in welcome traffic.

Berryline
Student Life

Berryline

Frozen yogurt at Berryline is one of the options for subsidized dates offered by Datamatch.

acid mice
Student Life

The Best (and Worst) of HOLLIS Research Guides

Take a look into the strange, weird depths of a Harvard classic: HOLLIS.

Food Trucks at Harvard
On Campus

The Secret Life of Harvard's Food Trucks

Despite the competitive nature of the trial period, Stoked Pizza Co. employee Race Ricard says the rivalry has since died off among Plaza food trucks, largely because their cuisines don’t overlap.

Wasserstein Hall
On Campus

Wasserstein Hall

Wasserstein Hall is the student center of the Law School. The Law School dean search committee hosted an open mic forum Wednesday afternoon.

happy group
College

The 7 Stages of Blocking

You thought you were gonna have a squad. Now you aren’t even Facebook friends with half of your supposed group.

Not in New York Anymore
On Campus

Not in New York Anymore

Freshman Chris Lewis and the rest of the Harvard men's basketball squad will look to defend their home court this weekend against Cornell and Columbia.

Humorotica Valentine’s Day
On Campus

Humorotica Valentine’s Day

Muhammed Ors ‘17 reads humorous, over-the-top erotica to the Voice Actor’s Guild Tuesday night to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

Datamatch
Undergraduate Council

UC Pens Letter Criticizing Datamatch Gender Choices

Twenty-six members of the Undergraduate Council, including UC President Yasmin Z. Sachee ’18 and UC Vice President Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18, signed a letter admonishing Datamatch’s restrictive gender choices.

The Protest Lecturer
Student Life

From the Lectern to the Loudspeaker

Recent events—most notably, President Donald Trump's election—have stirred an activist's sensibility in some Harvard professors.

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Student Life

How to Be Better Than You Were Last Semester

Not doing too well in terms of keeping up your New Year's Resolutions? Flyby has a few tips for you on how to make this semester better than the last—even if we're nearing the midway point.

College

With Gen Ed Transition in Flux, Upperclassmen Offer Mixed Reactions

For students currently attending the College, the gradual move to a new General Education program has been met with a range of reactions.

Reaching New Heights
College

Reaching New Heights

Nick J. Durham '20 hoists Caroline A. Glauberman as she throws a snowball.