Hold the (Red) Phone! How to Use Your Hotline
These crimson clunkers, lovingly placed in each room by Dorm Crew at the start of the year, go tragically underused – but luckily, we’ve come up with a few ways to warm up to your hotline.
Mark Zuckerberg Is Feeling Thankful
500 million people can now watch his Public Display of Affection toward his 'friend', Priscilla Chan '07.
The Boss Loves The Boss
Apparently Mike Smith loves Bruce Springsteen. Hey, they were both Born to Run.
Name Sleuthing 101
We've all got those few people we’ve met multiple times, actually gotten to know, but somehow not quite managed to remember their names. Awkward.
Yale to Steal CS 50—Still Not Harvard (And Never Will Be)
In case you haven’t heard, Yale is planning on “adopting” a version of CS50 to begin fall 2015 in New Haven.
Harvard: 4 Out of 5 Would Recommend
And if you can't trust Yelp, who can you trust?
What Your Favorite Annenberg Cookie Says About You
Because we all miss those Seventeen Magazine quizzes.
It’s October 3rd! Let’s Celebrate
You already wear pink on Wednesdays (or at least you should). But everyone’s allowed to break the rules, right? If you don’t have any pink clothes, you can try Sears.
Your October House Horoscope
If you’re wondering what the month of October will bring, consider not only checking your personal horoscope—but also the horoscope for your Harvard House.
What Do Harvard Students Do for Fun?
Harvardians have the most fun by participating in extracurricular activities—those, at least, have a place on their resumés.
Kanye West Is Teaching a Class
Do not forget your TFs Khloé and Kourtney will be holding office hours tonight in Annenberg from 7:30pm to 9:30pm.
A Chair for $10k or a Building for $1 Million—Choose Your Own (Naming) Adventure!
Want to name a waterfall at Harvard Medical School after yourself? No problem, just pony up $2 million.
Faust or Faust?
One (or both, according to some), sold their soul to the devil. The other finds the idea of a Satanic black mass ‘abhorrent’. But how different are Harvard University President Drew Faust and Goethe’s Faust really?
Hot-Crazy Scale: Q Guide Edition
It’s often difficult to make sense of the Q, Harvard’s rating system for workload and satisfaction of classes based on evaluations from former students. What does a 3.48 workload actually mean? Should I take a class with a 1.98 workload burden even if I won’t get satisfaction from taking it?