This year, Harvard’s very own Inesha N. Premaratne ’15 and Ishani D. Premaratne ’15 (that’s right, both of them) were recipients of the Glamour Magazine's Top Ten College Women award.
Flyby sat down to catch up with Hot Breakfast after their recent Battle of the Bands Victory. We touched base with Mike Senter-Zapata ‘14, Paul Castrigano ‘14, Pranav Krishanan ‘16, and Sam Berman Cooper ‘14 about how they’re feeling about their Yardfest performance on Sunday. Not present for the interview was drummer Mateus Falci ‘14.
Spring break just bid adieu, leaving us with only about seven more weeks of classes. So naturally all that’s left for us to do is bite our nails, pull our hair, and constantly scroll through the OCS website worrying about summer plans.
Jack Belliveau provided a major breakthrough in his field and went on to mentor many of today’s researchers. He died Feb. 14 due to complications of a gastrointestinal disorder.
Do you remember back in 2003 when Harvard’s Housing Day revelries ended in a massive multi-collegiate protest against the Bush administration and the War in Iraq?
Since we can’t specify exactly what American culture is, we don’t have the right to determine what is un-American.
The competitive process of being admitted into VES classes often presents an obstacle for prospective concentrators, who are frequently unable to take classes in the department until their sophomore year.
We may be over halfway through the school year, but you’ve probably still not met one of those mythical Mass Hall unicorns yet. Proving they really do exist, a Mass Hall resident and one of Flyby’s very own Avni Nahar ’17 is here to dispel some myths and reveal some secrets about what life is like when you get to brush your teeth just feet away from the one and only Drew Gilpin Faust.
Nerdy in the best way possible, graduates over at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Dental School recently parodied the popular song “The Fox” by Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis. In their rendition, “The Spleen,” students at the Medical School ask the age-old question: what does the spleen do? Is it a back up tongue? A third eye? The world may never know.
If you haven't lost your keys by now, you're probably in denial. Losing one's keys is a mishap that every Harvard student has surely overcome. Flyby graphs out the emotional roller coaster here.
In a recent study conducted by the Hotamisligil Laboratory at the Harvard School of Public Health, a group of scientists discovered that a naturally occurring molecule called TUDCA, or Tauroursodeoxycholic acid, could prevent Type 1 Diabetes.
Parties are the most obvious arenas for socializing, but they aren’t the best places to cultivate a friendship.
Given the fact that we have shaken hands with over a hundred guys since setting foot at Harvard, we feel as though we’ve gotten a thorough first impression of all of you. Here’s a list of our favorite categories for the lads—try to figure out which mark you left on us ladies.
Harvard students became masters in the art of the humble brag from the day they received their acceptance letters. We want everyone to know we’re from Harvard; don’t even try to deny it. Unfortunately, because it’s not written across our foreheads we’ve learned to cleverly get the point across without people realizing we’re huge tools (at first impression at least). Once we’re on campus, we can’t really brag about being from Harvard anymore, but that does not mean our need to brag disappears. Here are some common humble brags you may have heard around campus before instinctively rolling your eyes: