You might have thought you were free from the Facebook etiquette surrounding announcing you're going to college, but now that you're looking at graduate school, it's important to know all of the rules for tactfully announcing that decision on everyone's favorite social media.
We’ve all been there: you know that you’re taking a concentration requirement, a gen ed, and some class to trick your parents into thinking that you’ll get a job after you graduate. But you still need a fourth class to take.
We're still not quite sure what part of Harvard-Yale is better: the pregame or the after party. If you're a fan of the former, we've got you covered with some excellent ways to get your Harvard-Yale weekend going.
<p>For Harvard freshmen, some Houses are in the forefront of their imagination as Housing Day approaches. Dunster is brand new. Adams is so close. The Quad *starts sobbing and convulsing.* Mather, on the other hand, seems to slip the freshman class’ collective mind until Housing Day when a bunch of rowdy Matherites descend on their new class. If you’ve never considered Mather, Flyby is here to tell you why you should be thrilled about a House you’re just hearing about for the first time.</p>
Apparently, there is trouble in paradise. But “trouble” is a trademark spat and “paradise” is the frozen wasteland of Cambridge. Specifically, David J. Malan ’55, the instructor of a certain popular class/form of torture, attempted to trademark “CS50” and “THIS IS CS50,” but Harvard had other plans.
The gym was crowded, like a bar in Pamplona during a Festival. College students talked by the front desk. Graduate students also talked by the front desk. College students and graduate students did not talk to each other.
If you’ve been on this campus for even a single mildly cold day, you’ve seen the H Sweater. It’s either cream or crimson and it’s adorned with an obnoxious, torso-sized “H,” in case anyone forgot what letter this University’s name starts with.
Somehow, with his busy schedule, Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana has apparently found time to comment on Crimson stories online, offering thoughts on the undergraduate social scene under a Disqus account in his name. Or, you know, perhaps it’s an imposter.
<p>Lowell is located right on Mt. Auburn Street, making it a close walk to the Yard, the MAC, Insomnia Cookies, and all the other River houses. Lowell also has a beautiful courtyard to study in, once it finally warms up, and their famous bells. In addition to those bells, Lowell has some interesting history to it. The Lowell House Opera, established in 1938, is the longest continually running opera company in New England. More importantly, Matt Damon and Natalie Portman are both former Lowellians so #starstruck.</p>