How to Harvard
Make paper-writing imposter syndrome a thing of the past with these vocabulary words that will make even the most dedicated section kid covertly crack a dictionary.
Winter is really showing up this time of year, so fight against the cold and the Sunday-scaries: take a weekend trip — or at least fantasize about one. See which nearby destination (accessible by the train!) is best for you!
Are you excited to wander the streets of New Haven, desperately searching for a place to rest your weary and perhaps inebriated head before the big game? No? Then try these tips.
Daylight savings is upon us. It would be silly to spend our extra hour in the Twilight Zone sleeping instead of getting something done. Most of you will probably spend that time sleeping, but for those of you who really want to stay on that Harvard grind, here’s how to use that extra hour.
Some days, it’s okay to not be in the mood to smile and wave. Flyby is here to tell you what to do when you run into someone when you’re not feeling particularly social. #avoidance
So you just moved into your shoebox of a dorm and you’re thinking to yourself: there must be more. We know exactly how you feel. Sure, some of you might still be excited enough to ~romanticize~ your dorm, but trust us, give or take a month and you too will be agitated by the fact that there is no air conditioning to relieve you from the sweltering heat of Cambridge summer. The good news is, no matter what your rooming situation is, with the right attitude and a little bit of (amazing) advice you can and absolutely will have a blast living in your Harvard dorm.
Class of 2027, the year is going to fly-by. Time will pass faster than you think, and soon, you’ll be done with your first year. It sounds exciting, but when there’s so much going on, sometimes you wish you knew what to expect. Luckily, Flyby’s here to make sure you know the important Harvard milestones.
So you just got into Harvard. Congrats! But if you’re really meant for Harvard, you should know that every moment is an opportunity to capitalize on your past successes. You need to post a reaction video and get those sweet sweet TikTok views. Here’s how to make it happen.
For all the college students who celebrate — Happy Ramadan (Ramadan Mubarak)! For most of us in our college years, it can be difficult to imagine a fulfilling Ramadan experience without the comfort of your family and delicious home-cooked meals at the end of a long fast. As a freshman, I was really nervous about what Ramadan would be like at Harvard. Luckily, I was pleasantly surprised to enjoy my time and I found that you can still make the most of this month, even away from home. Here are some tips that will hopefully help you to discover the same!