Is this just an excuse to announce that, as of this semester, FlyBy (read: not Flyby Blog) will not, in fact, chastise you for taking one sandwich AND a salad? Maybe. Cheers to being properly fed as we enter this fall! From recruiting to more recruiting, see below for what’s out and what’s in this back-to-school season.
So, I could write a letter directly to Dunster’s Plums, but that wouldn’t be useful to you. And you — a Harvard student sitting in lecture while comping seven clubs while debating a situationship while double-fisting compostable paper cups while, apparently, reading the latest Flyby masterpiece — you only like things that are useful.
We're back with a Flyby favorite – IN/OUT: Fall 2021 edition! Lots has changed, but somehow it always comes back to that one section kid...
We’re still mentally in the banana bread-making-phase of quarantine, but that hasn’t stopped classes from being scheduled to start… tomorrow. With everything online, there’s suddenly a ton to manage — Zoom links lost in the depths of our inboxes, Google Forms on Canvas that may or may not work, and TFs who are, understandably, overwhelmed as everyone rushes to get their shit together. Use the tips and resources below to have your online semester figured out in no time.
Take a look at what's in and out with Flyby's side-by-side comparison of February and March of 2020.
Join us at Flyby (the Blog of the Harvard Crimson) as we embark on the ultimate challenge: eating FlyBy (the thing under Berg) lunches and bagged dinners for an entire week. (Note: Do not try this at home.)
A lovely shower in Leverett G Tower.
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