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Mia L. Sobin

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Millennials Harbor Distrust Towards Government, IOP Reports

Young adults aged 18 to 29, also known as the millennial generation, have an increased distrust in every political institution except the military, according to a biannual Institute of Politics report released Tuesday. Written and analyzed by students, the report also showed an increased polarization among party lines since the election and split opinions about gun regulation.


With Senate Primary, Activism at Harvard Low

Sending text messages and making phone calls, a handful Harvard students sought to get out the vote for a U.S. Senate primary election that generated relatively little enthusiasm among political activists on campus.


Befriending Your TF

Classes might end tomorrow, but you don't have to say goodbye to your favorite TF just yet. Building a friendship with a great TF can be exciting and rewarding, and—yes, this is cyincal—may even help you maintain that 3.7 GPA from your freshman fall. Here are Flyby's Four Easy Steps to Befriending a TF:


Harvard Quiz Bowl Meeting Minutes

President: Maybe this whole scandal will be a good thing after all. We’re getting the attention we deserve.

Around Town

'Till the Break of Dawn

Some students are natural early-risers who awaken at dawn. Others are night owls who never hit their mattresses earlier than 2 a.m. Both types of students will miss out on a time of day that could have much to offer. What happens on campus in the wee hours of the morning: the twilight times post 2 a.m. and the rosy sunrise hours around 6 a.m.? FM investigates.

On Campus

Scene and Heard: The Shoryuhai Tournament


Thiel’s Five Percent

You’ve heard it before: Student enrolls at Harvard, student develops business idea, student drops out.