Sneha M. Yelamanchili


Sneha M. Yelamanchili

Sneha M. Yelamanchili is a Flyby Blog Editor at Large in the 151st Guard.

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Latest Content

How to Survive the (Next) Eclipse

This year’s eclipse placed my parents squarely within its path of totality, inciting a weekslong obsession with the eclipse and eclipse-related safety precautions. And, like the loving daughter that I am, I tried to listen. So, in case you’re fretting about it too, I’m here to share my generational wisdom on surviving the eclipse.

We’re Not Really Strangers: Visitas Edition

Before you commit immediate friendship transgressions by asking questions like “What other colleges did you get into?” or “Are you going to Bulldog Days after this,” let us be your guiding star. We’re Flyby, your trusty navigators through the treacherous waters of small talk. Because let’s face it, you’re not here to only collect LinkedIn connections and merch you’ll never use; you’re here to get to know the Harvard ~community~ and meet other members of the Class of 2028.

Best of: Flyby's Visitas Features

Since there are only so many Visitas-related one-liners we can write without repeating ourselves, here are a few timeless classics for you to reread instead of having us rehash prior years’ jokes for you (though we’re amazing at that). You’re welcome.

How to Harvard: Making an Academic Comeback

Maybe your latest chem midterm did a number on your grade, or perhaps it was those absences from your attendance-required lecture adding up. Whatever the reason, if you’re in need of an academic comeback to save your semester, Flyby’s got your back with these tips to make your dreams come true.

The Definitive Ranking of House Gyms: From Hemenway Jr. to Just Passable

An under-discussed upside of living in a House instead of the Yard (eww): having a gym attached to your building. Now that you don’t have to brave the cold to get some reps in, you might actually keep up with your New Year’s resolutions.

Dude, That’s Rude: No More Linking Groups

Another Housing Day is on the horizon, but this year brings one key change from those in recent memory: no linking groups. And frankly, we here at Flyby find that horrifying; we have a feeling you’ll agree with us once you know why.