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.
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We all enjoyed being away from Harvard for a bit for the 130th playing of The Game—but unlike our peers at Yale, we Harvard students have class to come back to on Monday. Flyby came up with a list of just a few of the many things we’d rather do than sit in a Monday section after The Game.
With the Game coming up less than a week from now, people are getting ready to go all out and party—unfortunately, that means a boring two hour ride to New Haven. We know that the thought of Yale is repugnant, so immerse yourself in the Harvard bubble for a little longer on the shuttle with a Harvardian film!
With Harvard-Yale weekend rapidly approaching, students from both universities are gearing up for fun, festivities, and friendly(ish) competition. Although the game is formally billed as the highlight of the weekend, for many of us it really only exists as a nominal excuse for the ensuing drinking, debauchery, reunions with Yale friends and frenemies, and, if you’re me, repeated nostalgic YouTube viewings of Tom Lehrer’s infamous satirical fight song. To keep up morale throughout the weekend, Flyby has come up with a guide to maximizing your celebratory spirit if you choose to imbibe. Whether or not you decide to make alcohol part of your weekend (or most of it), be responsible, enjoy, and stay safe on the mean streets of New Haven.
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Come next weekend, hundreds of Harvard students will be piling into buses to make the famed pilgrimage to the rough and tumble streets of New Haven, home of the number one safety school. To pass the travel time as Harvard prepares for its seventh consecutive win, take a listen to these classics:
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.
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.
The Harvard-Yale Game, which dates back to 1875, is one of the oldest and most notable rivalries in the history of college sports. It is also one of the most highly anticipated events of the college year for students from both schools. Regardless of whether or not you’re a sports fan, the weekend of The Game is a weekend for memories. These memories will not be created in a cubicle of Lamont or in the silence of Widener—you will likely be alone and crying in these places if you choose to stay behind. Throw on your Crimson gear, get yourself down to New Haven, and keep these do’s and don’t’s in mind as you prepare and proceed for a legendary weekend.