Many conservative students at Harvard feel overwhelmed by the large number of liberals on campus, and as a result, censor their own speech.
We all enter Harvard Yard freshman year, wide-eyed and excited about all the possibilities in front of us. It’s not long, however, before sleep deprivation and stress strip us of our ambition and enthusiasm. Some ways to distinguish between a new Harvard freshman and a Harvard senior:
Happy Pfister Sunday! Enjoy Flyby's Pfister egg hunt in the Yard!
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.
"It’s really cool for us, though, when people know the words to our songs. It’s a cool thing to write an original song and see your friends make out to that song."
To provide you with the tools to tip the tightrope, here are some drink recommendations to get you through your Yardfest pre-game:
The quick and dirty about what's been going on around the Ancient Eight.
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