Glee finally, finally, finally returns to our lives, and in this episode President Will keeps turning everything into life-ruining “teaching moments.” (spoilers ahead in FlyBy’s final Gleecap)
Sped Up to a Crawl?
Get the skinny in today's Crimson about how Laura E. D’Asaro ’13 crawled the fastest mile ever to be crawled. Beginning on a track in high school, with bubble wrap and duct tape protecting her limbs, D'Asaro began her climb to glory-on-all-fours. Hit the jump for a video and an inside look at how she made it happen.
<p>Harvard is like Hogwarts in so many ways—we’ve got the house system, we’ve got Annenberg, we’ve even got Quidditch—but one thing notoriously absent is any form of love potion. </p> <p> </p> <p>Harvard is known for a lot of things, but for better of for worse, a thriving dating scene is not one of them. </p> <p> </p> <p>Sanyee Yuan ’12 hopes to change all this with the new-and-improved second season of Harvard’s premiere dating show, “Love@Harvard.” </p> <p> </p> <p>“Upperclassmen always say freshman year was the best for meeting people and the dating scene becomes a little nonexistent after that,” said Yuan, the host and executive producer of the show. “When people talk about their futures here, they talk about concentrations and jobs, never about finding a significant other.” </p> <p> </p> <p>The HUTV reality show, created last year by Emma Coleman ’09, hopes to bring love back into the picture by catalyzing relationships in ten minutes or less. More after the jump. </p>
Queer Artist Speaks at Women’s Center
The Harvard College Women’s Center hosted lesbian singer, songwriter, and activist Alix Dobkin for music, dinner, and discussion last night.
The Garden Street Shuttle Stop
In a morbid move by the shuttle system, the Garden Street stop was chosen to be right between the Old Burying Ground and the shadowy Cambridge Commons and is very far from anywhere anybody is going.
Former Israeli MK Speaks About Iran
Former member of the Israel parliament Effi Eitam, controversial for his views on the Israel-Palestine situation, spoke to students last ...
Two Candidates Lead UC Presidential Race
In light of the fast-approaching Undergraduate Council Presidential Elections, UC insiders have confirmed the two leading tickets. But this year, ...
Coat Fund Expanded to Meet Cold
Cambridge may be in for one of the coldest winters of this past decade, the National Weather Service’s Climate Prediction Center reports, and students were pleased to find out last week that budget cuts at the College have left the annual freshman “coat fund” untouched.
Quincy House 50th
A big band plays swing music for students as they dance at Quincy’s fiftieth year anniversary. Students enjoyed the music of a jazz singer, as well as the large number of Hostess cupcakes and desserts that were served.
Mass. Hosts GLBT College Fair
Harvard admissions officials joined counterparts from nearly 30 other colleges yesterday at a gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender (GLBT) friendly college ...