Aaron H. Aceves
The comments section beneath any YouTube video is a magical place where grammar, coherence, and basic human decency go to die. Needless to say, the results are often hilarious. Here are some comments from Harvard-related videos that will make you laugh, cry (in a good way), and question the future of this great country.
It’s late at night/early in the morning and you're trying to study but that inhuman sound your stomach is making is distracting you from your last minute cram session. Where do you go to get some late night grub? We at Flyby have some suggestions.
Emmy and Tony Award-winning television and stage star Kristin Chenoweth delighted students with frank analysis of her life and career at a talk Friday afternoon in Farkas Hall.
Aaron Aceves explains how "The Great Gatsby" has elicited different emotions from him as he ages.
The stars of "Project X" speak about their philosophy of raging.
Happy Valentine's Day! Here, from the Arts board, is a playlist that is guaranteed to put you and your partner in the mood for love. Or chocolate.
"The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" features deep, engaging acting from Rooney Mara, but her co-star Daniel Craig drags the film.
Enthusiastic show proves successful homecoming for violist, Bulbrook
Clooney may be the perpetual bachelor of Hollywood in real life, but in "The Descendants," he perfectly embodies Matt King—a husband and father who is just trying to keep his head above water.
The musical follows rebellious genius Melchior Gabor and his newly pubescent friends as they learn about the facts of life, in defiance of an adult society in late 19th-century Germany which attempts to keep them in the dark.
“Puss in Boots” is not a mere kid’s movie; it is a family movie, one that children will enjoy while parents and older members of the family laugh at jokes the kids don't understand.
Put down that celery stick and throw away your anti-chafe nipple cream (for you overzealous Hemenway treadmillers). Research carried out by Jay Zagorsky of Ohio State University and Patricia K. Smith of University of Michigan shows that the "freshman 15" phenomenon is false.
Gonzaga’s presented three studies that suggested that people usually choose partners with similar personalities and subsequently have higher marital satisfaction.
While most Harvard freshmen were busy getting their driver’s permits, Riley K. Carney ’15 was writing her first novel. While ...
Steinbach’s authoritative performance carries the play, and though she could outshine many skilled actors, she is nonetheless held back by her comparatively underwhelming co-star.
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- Evelynn Hammonds Expected To End Tenure as Dean of the College This Summer
- Joanna Li ’12 Remembered for Grace, Kindness, and Curiosity
- Faust's Earnings in 2011 Much Lower Than Those of Other University Presidents and Top Harvard Employees
- Anne Harrington and John Durant Named Pfoho House Masters