Valentine's Day During COVID
A Valentine's Day gift for those forced to embrace long distance romance.
The Types of (Debilitating) Crushes You’ll Develop at Harvard
We all have a dhall crush...and maybe a couple more.
Modern Love: Smoky Love
It was all okay, because with that car I could leave everything behind, and pick up anything that mattered along the way.
Modern Love: We All Have Our Secrets. Here's Mine.
Though they are nearly invisible and technologically advanced, my hearing aids fail to adjust to this romantic setting.
Modern Love: Uncharted Territory
We were lying in my bed and I began to feel an urge to run away.
More than Half of Datamatch Date Requests Left Hanging
As hundreds of students explored popular restaurants in Harvard Square with their Datamatches over the past few weeks, others were not so lucky.
Modern Love Winner: Marry Late for the Revolution
Read our Modern Love Contest winner!
Last Day to Fill Out Datamatch
Act now or risk being alone forever. That's right, Datamatch 2016, as launched by the Harvard Computer Society with collaboration from Satire V and Professor of Psychology Steven Pinker, will be closing 12:00 a.m. on Valentine's Day. That's tonight for all of you who have trouble keeping track of what day it is. Don't miss this opportunity to find true, algorithm-based love at Harvard and the chance to eat free waffles at Zinneken’s, paid for by HCS. Help Harvard contribute to income inequality and continue to be the elite breeding ground that it is.
Flyby Matchmaker: Pad Thai, Hotline Bling, and Gilmore Girls
Michael A. Kikukawa ‘17 lives in Lowell and thinks dating in college should be “fun without being overwhelming.” Thomas G. Dumbach ‘18 lives in Kirkland and says he “loves the institution of casual dating and would love for it to make a comeback.”
Radiate: The Harvard-Yale Tinder
Because what's more important about a football game than a chance to find love?
Eva & Nacho On: Cuffing Season and PDA
This week, Eva and Nacho take on the phenomenon of ‘cuffing season’ and the abomination that is PDA.
Do You Wanna Pset and Chill?
In order to reverse this perverse trend, we at Flyby recommend that Harvard students instead proposition their peers with a simpler request: “Pset and Chill?”
Flyby Matchmaker is Back: Spicing it up at Spice?
From Flyby’s point of view, Danny V. Banks '17, a Social Studies concentrator living in Dunster, and Sally J. M. McGrath '17, a HAA concentrator living in Winthrop, had a lot of promise.
Modern Love: Breathing that Whole Time
“Do you ever”—I broke eye contact for a second—“Do you ever run out of breath?”
I started off my spring break with my cousin’s wedding. My cousin Josh Grossman is standing under the chuppah, a traditional covering in Jewish weddings, with his new wife, Tami.
What You've Missed on Harvard Crushes and isawyouharvard
New semester, new you! Here’s how a few people on Harvard Crushes and isawyouharvard decided to start off their New Year’s resolution of #baewatch2k15:
Datamatch: Flyby’s Shot at Love, Part 5
“You must be so uncomfortable: you’re on a date, and your date starts undressing…”
Datamatch: Flyby’s Shot at Love, Part 4
In our fourth date in Flyby’s Datamatch series, I met my Datamatch this past Wednesday at Cafe Pamplona at 1:30 p.m. (I have a 2:00 class, so I can’t come across as too much of an idiot).
Datamatch: Flyby’s Shot at Love, Part 3
Valentine’s Day has come and gone a long time ago, and now we’re at the point where, hell, you may have just missed out on that free Zinneken's waffle.