Lucy Devine '20 and Ashley M. LaLonde '20 rehearse in "Into the Woods" on Saturday morning.
Black Friday is here and chances are it’s caught you unprepared. Let’s be honest, we’ve all been more focused on the psets and essays masterfully assigned on the two days between Harvard-Yale weekend and Thanksgiving break, with no time to worry about just about anything else. Now that class is over though, we can start thinking about how to make it through the end of the semester. Friday’s deals will remind us of all the things we still can’t afford, but there are a few things we at Flyby would love to see for sale that could help us all survive the end of fall semester.
Michael Dukakis, former governor of Massachusetts and 1988 Democratic presidential nominee, speaks on Monday at CGIS about the stakes of the 2016 election.
Flyby loves cheap thrills (and free candy!)
The men's eights was one of the many races in Saturday’s line-up at the Head of the Charles Regatta.
It’s almost two months into the new school year and by now we’ve probably all had our fair share of both good and bad first impressions. Unfortunately, with class sizes over 1,500 students, combined with other class years and professors, the social ordeal that is meeting new people at Harvard never ends. So what do you say after you introduce yourself with your name, dorm/House, year, and concentration? More importantly, what do you not do?
Emile Radyte ’20 serves a student paying with BoardPlus at Lamont Library Café.
Governor Bill Weld, the running mate of Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, addresses Harvard’s Republican Club on Tuesday.
Abraham Rebollo ’20 poses with the beehive he keeps in the Pforzheimer House belltower.
Rebollo's Russian breed of bees is particularly well-suited to Cambridge winters
Jenna Geissler, studio manager of Barre and Soul Yoga in Harvard Square, leads a promotional barre class, hosted in the basement of Urban Outfitters.
This season doesn't last long, and Winter Is Coming, so take advantage of the fall today.