With another sticky day of Cambridge humidity in the works, we recommend that you take advantage of indoor events—book launches, move screenings, or otherwise—and the air conditioning likely to accompany them.
At last, the inevitable confusion of shopping period is nearly over and our schedules are starting to take shape—if not fully, then, we hope, at least partially and for some days of the week.
Congratulations! You’ve officially made it through Week 1 of the fall semester. Whatever you do this weekend, you definitely deserve a break.
If you weren’t thrilled with the results of Tuesday’s shopping, now’s the time to try something new for that Tu./Th. slot you’re looking to fill.
We have an important question—if there are only four weekdays following a Monday holiday, is Wednesday still Hump Day? Ponder this pressing conundrum while your prospective professors recite their syllabi on Day 2 of shopping week.
It may be Day 1 of the Fall 2013 semester, but it’s not Monday. All classes that normally meet on Tuesdays will meet today. If you need a break, treat yourself to an early afternoon trip to the Farmer’s Market for a demonstration by Joanne B. Chang '91 of Flour Bakery.
You can pat yourself on the back each morning as you make the trek from Thayer to Sever Hall. With each step you take, you're doing your part to help make Harvard a little greener.
Last week's events may seem like a distant, bizarre nightmare now. Or, they might seem all too fresh and returning to quotidian life might seem daunting. It may seem completely natural to throw yourself back into that Stat 104 p-set or nearly impossible to transition back from days that played out like an episode of 24.
In the wake of Monday's Boston Marathon bombings, Brandon Stanton, photographer and creator of the popular "Humans of New York" blog, brought his camera and his humanistic approach to Boston for the week. Today, Stanton crossed the river into Cambridge, where he spent time taking photographs in and around Harvard Square (including this one featuring John Harvard's foot).
It's pretty clear that if the College Events Board cancels Tyga as this year's Yardfest performer, the chances of finding a suitable and affordable replacement for the rapper between now and April 15 are slim to none. But fear not! Flyby's come up with a list of some celebs who maybe, if we asked nicely enough, just might agree to come yell slurs at Harvard students on a Saturday afternoon in the near future.
Two undergraduates wrote a computer program Tuesday night to access a hidden promotional image of rapper Tyga on yardfest.org just hours before the website said it would reveal the artist set to perform at the annual spring concert in Harvard Yard.
This is the twelfth and last post in Flyby's 2013 Housing Market series. From all of us at Flyby, have ...