Jillian K. Kushner
Yardfest is almost here—count down with us! Check out our guides to Kid Cudi, Parick Park, and Wale, then watch for more Yardfest features to come. Tonight, we present to you the history of Yardfest at Harvard. For the past sixteen years, Yardfest has wrestled rainy days, low attendance, and little funding to retain its place as the College’s spring pep event. Yardfest, previously known as Springfest, began in 1994 under the leadership of the Undergraduate Council as a way of bringing together the undergraduate community—and as a way for the UC to rally from a botched concert that cost $20,000 earlier that year.
One of the best parts about living in Adams House is knowing that throngs of Quadlings, River rats, and even claustrophobic Quincy residents would trade a whole GPA point to live in your gold-brushed abode.
Harvard’s on-campus recruiting program, formerly known as e-recruiting, is reflecting signs of stabilization in the financial sector, according to Robin Mount, director of the Office of Career, Research, and International Opportunities.
Robin Mount now directs the Office of Career, Research, and International Opportunities—composed of OCS, the Office of International Programs, and the Office of Undergraduate Research Initiatives.
The Office of Career Services and the Office of International Programs have reunited under an umbrella organization that also contains the newly created Office of Undergraduate Research Opportunities.
After ten episodes of fist-pumping, hot-tubbing debauchery, we here at Flyby knew that Mike aka “The Situation” of Jersey Shore fame was a meathead. But now, thanks to the fine people at Bartley’s, “The Situation” is literally ground sirloin.
Einat Wilf ’96 is Israel’s Scarlet O’Hara; at least, that is how her long-time friend Meredith E. Bagby describes the newly-elected Labor Party representative.
Director of International Admissions Robin M. Worth ’81 spent one of her nights in Tanzania sleeping on the floor, dining on peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, during Harvard’s three-week recruiting trip to Africa at the beginning of the year.
With the polls opening at noon tomorrow, FlyBy brings you a round-up of endorsements for this year’s Undergraduate Council presidential campaigns. John Bowman ’11 and Eric Hysen ’11 Endorsed by: Harvard College Democrats Harvard Republican Club Environmental Action Committee Alaska Club South Asian Men’s Collective The Harvard College Queer Students and Allies George Hayward ’11 and Felix Zhang ’11 Endorsed by: Asian American Brotherhood Association of Black Harvard Women Black Men’s Forum Black Student Association Chinese International Student Association The Crimson Korean Association Korean International Student Association Organization of Asian American Sisters in Service Perspective Magazine Robert Long ’11 and David Johnson ’11 Endorsed by: The Harvard Outing Club Voting closes Thursday at 11:59 A.M.
Harvard’s not getting any… Better at sex education. In the fourth annual Trojan Sexual Health Report Card, released last week,
Jason E. Sandler ’12 is hunched over a toilet in Pennypacker, explaining the best way to reach every stretch of ...
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As high school seniors wade through the college admissions process, some schools are updating their applications in a stated effort ...
- Substantiating Fears of Grade Inflation, Dean Says Median Grade at Harvard College Is A-, Most Common Grade Is A
- The A’s Have It
- Interactive Feature: Class of 2017, By the Numbers
- Harvard Official: A- is Median Grade and A Most Common Across All Three FAS Divisions and SEAS
- Review of Life Sciences Concentrations Presented to Faculty