Right before this picture was taken, Betty called Hyemi a doodle ball and Hyemi is still confused what that is.
Listen Up is back! This time we're tackling senior spring dating and, you know, those ruthless folks who do whatever it takes to avoid saying hi in passing.
We're back. And with better wine this time.
Listen Up, Harvard! Your favorite two gurus are back to give you advice on everything from getting over embarrassing moments to skillfully wooing your section crush.
Guess what– your favorite journalistic, blockmate/BFF, crime-fighting (not really) duo is back to answer all your burning questions in our biweekly advice column, Listen Up! This time, Hyemi and Betty take on bad dates and digestive health.
“Imma let you finish, but Central Square is the greatest square of all time,” Kanye West once said. Okay, that's not exactly what he said, but the point is that Central Square is seriously cool and deserves to be called one of the greatest Squares of Cambridge.
All of our (21 and over) dreams have finally come true! Beat Brasserie and Pinkberry are pairing up to create boozy fro-yo sundaes this Thursday, September 8th from 5 to 7 p.m. at their Boozy Ice Cream Social at Beat Brasserie.
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Listen Up! is back...Our first installment tackles love and Neopets
Listen Up is back and better than ever!
It’s ya girls Betty and Hyemi, day one homies since Freshman Orientation Week, relentless blockmates, and the dynamic Flyby journalistic duo. We’re two fun-loving junior girls living in Dunster, and we want to share our vast pools of knowledge and wisdom with the rest of Harvard. So we’re bringing back Listen Up, your favorite and most reliable biweekly advice column, where you ask the questions and we provide sage answers.
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