Abigail K. Fiedler
Something any shopping trip can teach you is that one size does not fit all. That amazing top your friend was raving about can leave you feeling like you've made a major faux pas. And of course, there's always the worry that the ahead-of-the-curve discovery that fits you perfectly this semester will be discovered by the world and their linkmate the next. Shopping, whichever way you look at it, can be stressful.
Guess what? A brand new exclusive social organization is arriving on campus this semester! With the impending arrival of women's fraternity Alpha Phi, we at Flyby thought we'd let you know what exactly makes this national organization distinctive.
Feeling festive and need a break from studying that doesn't involve you perusing the depths of the internet or eating your body weight in cereal? Then treat yourself to an excursion to one of the many ice rinks the Boston area has to offer. Although Harvard's ice rink is not currently open due to construction, there are some great options not too far from campus that promise to fulfil all the ice skating dreams you've ever had.
It's not all that unusual to hear the Harvard name dropped on TV, but ABC's hit TV show "Revenge" just took it a little further with their mention of one of our more controversial institutions—the final club.
It seems that even celebs are gearing up for The Game this Saturday. Singer and former reality-TV star Jessica Simpson stepped out on Friday wearing a sweatshirt in support of our friends down in New Haven, and it isn't the first time she's shown her allegiance for the bulldogs. Leaving no doubts as to where her loyalties lie, Simpson is engaged to Yale alum and former football player Eric Johnson, who scored the game-winning touchdown in the 1999 Harvard–Yale Game.
In this series, we showcase creative and delicious recipes that can be made using only food found in dining halls. With the weather heating up here in Cambridge, you'll find yourself craving deliciously refreshing—if far too expensive—cool drinks from places around the Square. Head to your dining hall instead and use this installment of Dining Delights to make your own chilled beverages.
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Sitting on the steps of Trafalgar Square with my roommate and appreciating the view made me feel like a tourist in my home city. This time last year I would walk through this area to work every day, far too busy to look up at the beautiful sights around me.
In this series, we showcase creative and delicious recipes that can be made using only food found in dining halls. Whether you've already sent your valentines or wish the holiday didn't exist at all, spoil yourself, your friends, and your lover(s) this Feb. 14 with these love-inspired treats! Unlike those shiny red boxes of heart-shaped chocolates, these delicious recipes won't cost you a dime.
Flyby has it: 13 of the best, worst, and otherwise exceptional notes from the State of the Union.
In this series, we showcase creative and delicious recipes that can be made using only food found in dining halls. This interactive installment shows you how to prepare toast in three satisfying ways.