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:
During a book talk at the Harvard Book Store Monday evening, Stanford professor of history and Classics Ian Morris argued that wars force society to become stronger and less violent.
You may accept your position on the waitlist and develop a plan of action, but in the meantime, celebrate the schools you did get into. You’re going to college. That’s a huge achievement that many of us take for granted, and is something that not everyone gets to say.
Harvard Students from the Yard to the Quad, it is finally safe to go outside! It’s a crazy thought, but bear with us.
Harvard is the only place where Enin’s success could simultaneously be hugely admired and not too out of the ordinary. So congratulations, Kwasi Enin. Thank you for making us all feel inferior. We better see you in the fall.
It looks like all the fanfare surrounding Housing Day might turn into a battle of the Beyoncés—because not just one, but at least two, Houses are throwing around the idea of making a Yoncé-themed Housing Day video this year.
You were too excited about finally having a date on this usually tragic holiday that you forgot to actually plan the date. No worries—Flyby has your back. Here are some last-minute suggestions for Valentine’s Day spent in Harvard Square.