Carrie J. Tian
This last day of Reading Period is here. Congratulations on making it this far.
Choose your own adventure today: It’s cold enough to be grateful for a full slate of interesting indoor events but sunny enough to justify going on a walking tour.
Zero chance of snow! Today’s already guaranteed to be better than yesterday.
Tori Amos might like “sitting around being foolish,” but there’s plenty more you could choose to do this Wednesday!
A happy All Hallows’ Eve Eve to you and yours… that’s how these holidays work, right?
Stay out of the rain with an afternoon chock full of big ideas.
How exactly can HUDS promise us “roasted whole chickens?” The answer to that, and more of your pressing questions, unfolds today.
It’s a relatively quiet Harvard today, though you still have plenty of chances to be happier than a camel.
With punch season now in full swing, it’s time to present the results of Flyby’s first-ever Final Club Survey. The online survey was emailed out last month to 4,838 sophomores, juniors, and seniors, and was partially or fully completed 1,927 times (though it should be noted that individuals could have taken the survey more than once). In the third installment of a six-part series on the survey results, we take a look at perceptions related to exclusivity and prestige.
If you’ve got tickets to the star-studded Du Bois ceremony, go to that! If not, go take a nap on the grass in the Yard or something!
Try something new by attending a lecture on a controversial poet or groundbreaking astronomy research, or stick to the tried-and-true Italian favorites in the d-halls. Wednesdays are all about options.
Free breakfast this morning to get you through Hump Day! Followed by plenty of food - for thought—throughout the rest of the day.
I’ve spent time recently in Lamont Cafe, Annenberg, and Pennypacker basement, despite not being a freshman (extenuating circumstances for each, I swear!), and I’ve overheard way too many conversations to this effect: “Did you know Harvard gives us money to buy burritos??” “I heard that, but I want to save money to do laundry…” Actually, that's not quite how it works. Here’s a detailed breakdown of our campus currencies—not that we should need it, but we evidently do.
Warm weather returns to Cambridge today, so this may be a good opportunity to catch an outdoor soccer game before it gets chilly. Also on the calendar is an IOP panel on Syria with a rockstar lineup of speakers, the SEO Job Fair, and a book talk that might come in handy if you're planning on raising children any time soon. Happy hump day, Harvard!