In an effort to encourage Harvard students to emulate the upstanding young men and women pictured on the school's brochures, the Cabot dining hall has created a poster to remind people to stop leaving their grill orders unattended.
Although sophomore May Cascells-Hamby may have gotten this week’s Athlete of the Week award, plenty of other Harvard athletes submitted excellent performances over the last week that merited recognition of their own.
After a presidential debate that catapulted Mitt Romney ahead in the polls and an even more rousing vice presidential showdown last Thursday, we're eager to see what tonight's penultimate, round three debate at Hofstra University will bring. As both casual observers and huge "Sesame Street" fans, here are five things Flyby will be looking for tonight.
For most college students, logistical hassles can be a barrier to registering to vote. With deadlines for registration rapidly approaching, the Institute of Politics has partnered with TurboVote, a company developed by two Kennedy School alums that offers online voter registration, to streamline the process. With TurboVote, students can simply fill out a digital form to register to vote in any state, get an absentee ballot, or re-register in Massachusetts after registering in another state. (All students are eligible to register in Massachusetts but must do so by Oct. 17.) It's convenient enough to do from the comfort of your own dorm room.