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Christine Mui

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Flyby Blog

Dear Freshmen: Ways To Spice Up Dhall Food Right Now

Though Harvard’s current dining options are certainly not the worst we’ve seen (looking at you NYU), you don’t want COVID-19 turning mealtime into yet another monotonous routine, so here are some ways to spice up dhall food. By the way, if you’re learning remotely and finding yourself totally inept in the kitchen, these tips are for you too!

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College

College's Intramural Program Kicks Off Its First Online Season

Moving from serves on Cambridge tennis courts to servers on the Internet, the College’s intramural sports program transitioned online for the fall semester.

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Research

HSPH Researchers Find Relationship Between Work Travel and COVID-19 Rates in New York City

Researchers at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that COVID-19 prevalence rates in regions of New York City were associated with work-related commuting.

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Flyby Blog

Flowchart: Should I Drop The Fifth Class?

With the add/drop deadline coming up this Monday, October 5th, Flyby's here to help you think through whether that fifth class is even worth it.

Fifth Class Flowchart
Flyby Blog

Fifth Class Flowchart

Fifth Class Flowchart

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Student Life

Love it/Hate it: Required Cameras On

Are you a brain-on-camera-on person or a napping-during-class-camera-off person? Turns out it doesn't matter when keeping your camera on in class is a requirement... Is this new measure of class attendance something to love or something to hate?

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Flyby Blog

Flyby Investigates: What Happens if You Get COVID-19?

A core component of Harvard’s Fall reopening plan is its high-frequency viral testing for everyone returning to campus, also known as sticking a giant Q-tip up your nose every two to three days. While you know the boy standing exactly 56 feet away from you in the Yard has booger-free nostrils, what happens if your COVID tests come back indeterminate or (gasp) positive?

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Flyby Blog

Virtual Shopping Week Bingo

Zoom crashed on you? No clue when classes officially start? Consider yourself two spaces closer to "bingo."

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Flyby Blog

virtual shopping week

virtual shopping week

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Features

Flyby Investigates: Those Famous Harvard Yard Chairs

Besides the John Harvard Statue, the colorful chairs in the Yard are its most iconic decorations. These chairs have been the star of several articles, Quora queries, and even Tiktoks wondering why they’re there, how they got there, and why Harvard is spending our tuition money on $700 chairs.

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Features

An Open Letter to Those-Trying-to-Decide-on-Schools-Without-Visiting-Any-Schools

Dear All-Pre-Frosh-Trying-To-Decide-On-Schools-Without-Visiting-Any-Schools, First of all, you’re doing amazing sweetie. The hardest part of applying to college is over, and you’ll never have to write another 250 word essay about how you possess “intellectual vitality.” That is not to say that deciding a college isn’t difficult, but you definitely have the resources to help you through the process.

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Student Life

Quiz: What Type of Online Student Are You?

For five weeks you’ve been a student of Zoom University, and the standard Harvard archetypes no longer apply. Feel like you don’t recognize the person you see in your webcam anymore? Take this quiz to find out your new role in the virtual classroom.

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Flyby Blog

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Flyby Blog

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