Michael J. Gaffney ’08-’10 said he “thought it was code” when Jenny C. Carloss ’07 asked him to come over for a study session the night before their American Presidency exam in January 2007. “I brought a movie,” he explained.
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FlyBy went to try to knock a paper out of the way in the 3rd Floor Widener Reading Room when ...
Eliot House Masters Lino Pertile and Anna Bensted announced their intention to step down as heads of the Eliot household ...
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Harvard Alumni Association Senior Class Coordinator Alexandra Monti just announced in an e-mail to the senior class that Leverett House
According to an e-mail sent over the Adams Schmooze earlier today, various History Department faculty members will be visiting the
<p>Ben Affleck was back in the Square again today shooting The Town, his new movie.</p><p>Jennifer Garner (FlyBy definitely loves her best. Huge Alias fan.) and the couple's children were there, too.</p><p>Check out more photos after the jump!
But not to his alma mater...President Obama will be visiting that trade school down the river MIT on Friday to
Ben Affleck was back in the Square again today shooting The Town, his new movie. Jennifer Garner (FlyBy definitely loves
The Senior Class has selected its House Representatives, who serve on the senior class committee representing their houses in planning
<p>Ben Affleck was at Grendel's Den today shooting a scene for his new movie, "The Town," along with wife Jennifer Garner (FlyBy was a huge Alias fan.) and daughters Violet and Seraphina.</p><p>Parking was blocked off on part of Plympton Street to make room for the production crew, and a sign on JFK warned passersby that they may well appear in the movie inadvertently.</p><p><p style="text-align: left;">Check out more photos after the jump!
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