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Two years after a fatal collision at the Harvard-Yale Game tailgate left one woman dead and two injured, 86 former and current members of Yale’s Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity face two new lawsuits.
Even wiith the new year in full swing, Flyby has been thinking a lot about just how much 2013 gave us to refelct upon. From an email search scandal to a bomb scare, this year at Harvard certainly had its interesting moments. With a critical eye, we took some time to think over these past twelve months and come up with a few resolutions for the Harvard community in 2014.
As the Fall 2013 semester draws to a close, Flyby reflects on four of the many things that made it a great one.
From winning the UC election to becoming an instant YouTube celebrity, last week was a big one for Samuel B. Clark '15. Here, Flyby presents the untold story of Clark’s sensational triumph.
"I have a C in art. #Harvard" That can’t be the correct hash tag.
Earlier this week, Harvard Student Agencies sent out a survey asking for students’ top three Harvard bucket list items, promising one lucky entrant $250 as a prize. With Black Friday right around the corner, that extra pocket change wouldn’t hurt. And since having sex in the stacks, peeing on the John Harvard statue, and doing Primal Scream are too cliché, we’ve come up with three alternative Harvard bucket list items. If you can cross these off your list, you’re the ultimate Harvard student. Or crazy person.
Losing senior center Kyle Leopard in the Princeton game was a major blow to the Harvard football team in the Crimson’s only loss.
Junior quarterback Conner Hempel completed a season-high 84 percent of his passes on Saturday in a 38-30 win over Penn.
Senior receiver Ricky Zorn, who became a wideout at the end of his freshman season, leads Harvard in catches and receiving yards.
With two other linebackers going down with injuries, Harvard has relied on sophomore Eric Medes to learn on the job this year.
Dear Yale, With the game in two days, you’re the only thing on our mind! Going a whole year since we’ve last seen you has been almost unbearable, but we’re looking forward to being back in your arms soon.
With Harvard-Yale around the corner (two days!!) and it being Thursday and all, it’s only fitting that my Instagram-obsessed self have a little Harvard-Yale TBT powwow!
The Harvard-Yale game is rapidly approaching, and if you’re like most Harvard students, chances are you haven’t been to a single game this season. In fact, you have no idea who’s on the team or how the team has been playing this season or what sport is even being played this weekend. Here to save you is Flyby’s Harvard football update to get you up to speed on what you’ve missed this season.
Harvard-Yale provides Harvard students a number of unique opportunities: the chance to show school spirit at a sporting event (or even attend a sporting event), the one good reason to ever visit New Haven, and of course, the occasion to meet up with Yalies. From friends from home to summer camp acquaintances, there can be quite the range of people to reconnect with. Here’s Flyby’s advice for how to deal with each of them.