With The Game just days away "On Harvard Time" presents "Air Bully," the story of a safety school's struggling football team, its "piece-of-shit" player Josh, and Bully, a football-playing dog. Bully, who's certainly no Air Bud, inspires his fellow Elis to try to become more than just salutatorians, second-chair violinists, and student council vice-presidents. But will Bully lead Yale to victory? Will Josh remain a piece-of-shit forever? Watch the video—and The Game—to find out.
During its 375 years of existence, Harvard has seen thousands of people pass through its campus. Whether they are students, faculty, or staff, many have viewed Harvard as home and they all have a unique story to tell. As such, the University has launched Harvard Stories, a project which gives all members of the Harvard community the chance to share their stories about Harvard.
In this bonus clip we show you the work of Mather House Woodturning veteran Graham Frankel '12. Although he says that he always has something new to learn, the quality of his turned pens say otherwise.
In this installment of Hidden Treasures, we take you to the basement of Mather House to give you a glimpse of Mather House Woodturning. This offbeat extracurricular gives students the skills and environment to create various objects, from simple bowls to unique pens, out of wood.
Unless you're living under a rock, you're likely aware that numerous recruiting events are taking place around campus. If you've never been to a recruiting event or are looking for a way to make a great first impression, our list of recruiting DOs and DON’Ts will give you the know-how to impress any recruiter thrown your way.
They've been called assholes. They've been un-friended by the courts. With all the Facebook drama Cameron S. H. Winklevoss '04 and Tyler O. H. Winklevoss '04 (aka the Winklevii) have faced over the years, it’s about time they went nuts.
If you put in the work, Harvard is not only a school where one could end up with an exceptional degree, but also a decent husband. According the website YourTango.com, Harvard ranks fourth in their list of top ten colleges for finding a husband.
With a 6.2% acceptance rate, Harvard is one of the most selective schools in the world. Those are good odds, however, when compared to the 2.4% percent acceptance rate of the Trinity School in New York City. But students applying to this school aren't trying to get into an elite university—they're just trying to get into kindergarten.
When "The Social Network" came out around a year ago, everyone became fascinated by the story of Mark E. Zuckerberg and the creation of Facebook. A year later the question arises, "what's the next big thing?"
A group of students in Chinese Bb have made a humorous homage to their class and teachers for their final project. The video, titled "Hāfó Huanying Ni (Harvard Welcomes You)," is based on the song "Beijing Welcomes You," which was made for the 2008 Olympics.