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Students Compete in Harvard-MIT Math Tournament

Hundreds of high schoolers flooded the Science Center Saturday to compete in the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament­—a prestigious competition that attracts students from across the country.

Higher Education

Education Start-up Wins Grant

School Yourself, a start-up founded by Zachary D. Wissner-Gross and John Lee, won a $25,000 inaugural grant from the Hertz Foundation’s Newman Entrepreneurial Fund for a project reimaging the traditional textbook.

Barack Obama

College Papers Overwhelmingly for President Obama

In response to The Crimson Editorial Board's endorsement of President Barack Obama, Flyby decided to look into trends among college paper presidential endorsements. The Crimson endorsed Obama last Monday. On Tuesday, the Yale Daily News also threw their support behind the president. (Note: Both The Crimson and the YDN start their editorials with "Four years ago..." Flyby is calling copy-cat.) Other Ivy League paper endorsements of Obama have come from The Columbia Spectator, The Brown Daily Herald, and The Daily Princetonian.

Republicans for Gay Rights

Tisei Campaign Talks Gay, Republican Values

If he wins his Sixth Congressional District race this November, Massachusetts Republican Richard Tisei will become the first Republican elected to Congress while openly gay. His coalitions director, Christian Berle, spoke about reconciling LGBTQ identities with Republican ideals on Friday at an event hosted by the Institute of Politics.

Food and Drink

Where No Burger Has Gone Before

Last Saturday, Harvard students launched the first burger into space.


Scientists Propose New Model of Moon Formation

Two Harvard scientists proposed a new model to explain the formation of the Moon in a study published this Wednesday in Science Magazine.