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Halloween Costumes: Girl Group
Flyby Blog

Halloween Costumes: Girl Group

From left to right: Claudia Laurie '18, Siri Diaz-Granados '18, and Ava Brignol '18

Halloween Costumes: Smiley
Flyby Blog

Halloween Costumes: Smiley

Elaine Dong ‘17

Halloween Costumes: Smiley
Flyby Blog

Halloween Costumes: Smiley

Elaine Dong ‘17

Halloween Costumes: The Honor Code
Flyby Blog

Halloween Costumes: The Honor Code

Grace Ramsey '19

Halloween Costumes: Pirate and a Parrot
Flyby Blog

Halloween Costumes: Pirate and a Parrot

Samuel Rater '18 and Cortés

Halloween Costumes: Girl Group
Flyby Blog

Halloween Costumes: Girl Group

From left to right: Claudia Laurie '18, Siri Diaz-Granados '18, and Ava Brignol '18

Halloween Costumes: Dionysus
On Campus

Halloween Costumes: Dionysus

Tyler Frances '18

Halloween Costumes: Pirate and a Parrot
Flyby Blog

Halloween Costumes: Pirate and a Parrot

Samuel Rater '18 and Cortés

Halloween Costumes: Honor Code
Flyby Blog

Halloween Costumes: Honor Code

Grace Ramsey '19

Halloween Costumes: Trump
Flyby Blog

Halloween Costumes: Trump

Trey Sexton '19

Halloween Pumpkins
Flyby Blog

Halloween at Harvard: Best Costumes on Campus

Harvard students are known for being creative. Sure, they can craft resumes that resemble works of art, write Pulitzer-worthy papers on books they've never read, and spin epic tales about their accomplishments during job interviews at McKinsey. But how creative are they on the one holiday where it really matters the most: Halloween? To solve this great mystery, on Friday Flyby scoped out the costume scene on campus to bring you some of the most creative, the most weird and the most Harvard relevant costumes of the crop.

The Evolution of a Harvard Student
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The Evolution of a Harvard Student

A Taste of Italy 2
Summer Postcards 2015

A Taste of Italy 2

A Taste of Italy 1
Summer Postcards 2015

A Taste of Italy 1

A Taste of Italy 3
Summer Postcards 2015

A Taste of Italy 3

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