Peter L. Knudson
The sites HarvardFML, I Saw You Harvard, Bored at Lamont have proven good procrastination methods for Harvard students. Students always on the prowl for ways to delay work now have yet another way to avoid productivity through Harvard's very own Subredddit.
Brightly colored chairs have returned to Harvard Yard. For Harvard students, the return of the chairs represents the end of winter and the beginning of spring. Soon, Harvard Yard will be used to read, study, or just enjoy the nice weather.
Sunday brunch, enjoyed by many Harvard students after long nights of debauchery, features many hearty breakfast staples, including scrambled eggs and made-to-order omelets. Although many students look forward to Sunday brunch all week, the source of these eggs have recently come under scrutiny.
The social networking bubble is growing. It should be clear that the bubble is poised to break sooner, rather than later, just given the prices of these companies.
The House of the Hare is best described as "accommodating." Although Leverett House has many advantages and disadvantages, the variety of housing options and decent location push this River House into the top two-thirds according to our ranking system.
The freshman intramural program got a makeover recently.
While you may have been enjoying our tips on procrastination, Reading Period is officially over and it’s time to start working. Can’t pry your eyes from Facebook? Unable to stop sparking possible love interests? Addicted to HarvardFML? With impending three-hour exams and take-home finals fast approaching, FlyBy has compiled a list of the best sites that can help you keep focused.
What was a seemingly ordinary lunch in Annenberg erupted into a veritable dance party at 12:20 p.m. today, thanks to the students in the freshman seminar “Movement and Meaning: Dance, Culture, and Identity in the 20th Century.”
Annenberg is open for upperclassmen in all houses for breakfast, lunch, and dinner every day during reading period.
Already hearing your stomach rumble in preparation for reading period?
You may have seen posters of a sad lolcat throughout campus dining halls. Examination of the animal raises questions: What is this cat doing here? What could cause this cat so much distress?
A few weeks ago, we highlighted each of the campus grilles across campus. At the time, not every grille was open. Lucky for the night owls among us, they’re all up and running now.