2015 has been a big year at Harvard and in the world: from a Snowpocalypse to the “Summer of Trump” to the wonderful enigma that is Rakesh Khurana, we’ve experienced a lot in the past 365 days. Here are some of Flyby’s biggest moments.
Look at that heart (oh, and also at our Twitter page).
It's that time of year again.
Some pranksters published an article, parodying The Crimson, that purported to endorse Donald J. Trump for president on behalf of the newspaper. (The real Crimson staff has not yet endorsed a candidate in the 2016 presidential race.)
A screenshot of a photo taken of presidential candidate Donald J. Trump alongside... not The Crimson's editorial board.
First off, congratulations: You’ve entered Week 2 of freshmen year at Harvard. The study cards are in, you’ve had the obligatory PAF froyo/JP Licks date, and if you’re really on your game, you even have a few friends you can group text for dinner!
Embracing all social media options of the twenty-first century, we will now be posting photos to our newly created Flyby Instagram account! Follow us at @crimsonflyby for real time photo updates of Harvard happenings. Stay plugged in to campus scenes, events, and people on the go with everyone’s favorite app.
A few of our favorite spring break snaps!
You can cross your fingers, burn a boat, or take shots along the river, but no one outwits the Housing Gods.
Flyby hopes you’re all enjoying the holiday season, and taking a well-deserved break from the hectic lives you lead on campus. However you’re spending your time off, whatever you’re celebrating and however you’re celebrating it, we want to know! In the vein of our crowdsourced #flybythanksgiving, we want to see some pictures from your time away.
We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving holiday and enjoyed the break from school. Here's a gallery of some of the 'grams and tweets from #flybythanksgiving. Thanks to all participated—it was fun to see how people celebrated!
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