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Amy L. Weiss-Meyer

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Food and Drink

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Dollop a generous helping of the hot sauce and tofu mix on top of the peppers

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Climate March
Termtime Postcards

Postcards From the People's Climate March

“This is what an ecosocialist looks like.”

Student Life

Dating for Extra Credit At BC

When Dave Griffin's date showed up at The Sinclair for her second date with Dave Griffin, what she didn't know was that besides her aforementioned suitor's genuine interest in her, he'd had other reasons for asking her out.

Party Smart?

The Drinking Games

It’s 9 p.m. on a Friday night, and Serena and five friends from her freshman entryway are getting ready for the annual freshman formal. Sitting around a second-floor common room with all the lights on and a “HARVARD 2017” banner hanging over the mantle, they’re drinking mango-flavored vodka and Coke from nine-ounce red plastic cups. They estimate that they’ve each had about four shots since returning from the formal dinner in Annenberg, though they’re not sure.

B.J. Novak

10 Questions with B.J. Novak

B.J. Novak ’01, an actor and funnyman best known for playing Ryan in “The Office,” stopped by the Brattle Theatre earlier this week to discuss his new book, “One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories.” Before going on stage, Novak sat down with FM to talk about Harvard, 20th-century poetry, and the romantic ideal of Elvis.

Flyby Campus

Harvard Today: Dec. 6, 2013

It's the second day of reading period. Is it living up to expectations or have you already succumbed to distraction?


On the Second Day of Reading Period...

On the (evening of the) second day of reading period, Flyby gave to me two poignant reminders that college isn't everything and finals aren't the end of the world.

Flyby Campus


Ew, fungus.

Flyby Campus

Harvard Today: Oct. 31, 2013

Happy Halloween! If you were out late celebrating the Red Sox win last night, you can wear sunglasses to class and call it a costume.

Endpaper: Amy Weiss-Meyer

What Happens in the Laverie

One Wednesday morning roughly halfway through my time in Paris, at what should have been the endpoint of your average laundry cycle, I went to open the washing machine and found I could not.

Harvard Today

Harvard Today: October 1, 2013

The government may be shut down, but Harvard’s still chugging along (for now, at least). If you're feeling disgusted by American democracy today, you're not alone (see: "Dollarocracy"). If you're looking to be inspired by hearing about people who actually made change, head to a screening of "Left on Pearl," a documentary on the historic events of International Women's Day 1971 at Harvard. And if you're looking to forget about politics altogether, munch on a farmer's market apple in the sun.

On Campus

Just Because You’re in a Final Club Doesn’t Mean You Think They Should Exist

It’s punch season again at Harvard, meaning final club members are busy attending social events and slipping wax-sealed envelopes under doors. Apparently, however, they’re not all on board with the system of which they are, quite literally, dues-paying members. In Flyby’s recent Final Club Survey, 6 percent of respondents who identified themselves as final club members said they believed male final clubs should be abolished, and an additional 9 percent were undecided on the question. Respondents who identified as final club members also weren’t convinced that female final clubs should exist—5 percent said they think those clubs should be abolished, and 8 percent were undecided.