It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a Harvard student in possession of a single hour of free time must be in want of a confusing situationship. If you’re such a student looking for some ways to add a little spice to the garbage pit of your love life, seek no further — our curated list of activities is sure to make whatever the hell you have going on worse (somehow).
sometimes even we just need to let our feelings out, okay?
You might have taken plenty of virtual tours by now, but it’s no secret that college tours don’t tell you the whole story. Curious about what the fabled Harvard Yard is actually like? Consider this your in-depth, behind-the-scenes tour of the Yard, courtesy of the lovely writers of Flyby Blog.
Flyby Appreciates: Warm Tea with Mom
Valentine's Day can bring on some mixed feelings, but if there's one thing we can all agree on, it's that Datamatch (and free food) is a must-do. We caught up with Harvard's Supreme Cupids and learned all about the hottest new features for everyone's favorite matchmaking service this year. So... if you haven't signed up for Datamatch yet, what are you doing??
Kind of like how nobody remembers hearing “Mr. Brightside” for the first time, Harvard students seem to just somehow know the three unofficial graduation requirements. Unfortunately, all three are kind of (read: definitely) not compatible with current on-campus restrictions/remote learning life. Read on for ways to check off the time-honored bucket list in a coronavirus world.
In attempt to practice gratitude (apparently it’s “good for you” and a “healthy coping mechanism”), here’s a list of #stressful things about the normal college experience that we don’t miss one bit.
Forget enneagrams and zodiacs: the real window to your soul lies in your BoardPlus preference.
Meet Beam, Adams House's favorite German Shepherd!
Assuming you actually find a way to New Haven (buses, Razor Scooters, Heelys, etc), it’s time to find a place to crash. Flyby is here to help!
#SophomoreSzn is upon us, and here at Harvard, that can only mean one thing: a mild existential crisis about picking a concentration.
To get some perspective on concentration declaration, we asked Flyby sophomores why they declared.
A Pre-Med Letter of Resignation, With (Self) Love & Liberation
The MCAT has Ruined my Life and the Lives of Millions of Others
Jokes That Aren’t Funny: Racism and Harassment in Student Traditions
Yale to Not Host Harvard Students Overnight at the Game Due to Covid-19
Kennedy School Announces New Covid-19 Restrictions Amid Rise in Cases