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How To: Spot a Pre-Frosh During Visitas 2022

Since the Yard will soon be infected swarmed with ambitious 17-year-olds trying to make their way to Jefe’s and The Coop without using Google Maps, here’s Flyby’s ultimate guide on how to instantly recognize next year’s class of consulting group compers and HUA first year reps — oh wait, is that even a thing? Does anyone know? HUA reps — a little help here?

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Features

Dear Indecisive Pre-Frosh: Saying “No” is OK

We all make our own decisions and choose our own paths. I firmly believe that everything happens for a reason and that it all works out at the end. My path has brought me to Cambridge and it seems like I’ll be — happily, don’t worry — spending the next three years of my life here. But the best advice I can give any indecisive pre-frosh is to do what's right for YOU.

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Harvard Square

Bring on the Boba: Gong Cha to Open in Harvard Square

Gong Cha — an international bubble tea chain — is set to bubble into Harvard Square in early June. The store will take over the previous Dado Tea location at 50 Church St. and will be the latest addition to the Square’s boba tea collection, alongside Kung Fu Tea located at 1160 Massachusetts Ave. Boston Tea Stop, another Harvard Square staple that served bubble tea, closed last year.

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Leverett

Leverett House

With a gorgeous courtyard, not one but TWO 12-story towers, and an expansive dhall, Leverett House (Lev, for short) earns the title of Harvard’s mightiest house. With great views of the Charles River and an adorable bunny as its mascot, Lev really can’t be beat. So get ready to join Leverites in their spacious rooms and rep that bunny proudly!

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Cambridge

Cambridge’s First Cannabis Dispensary Blazes into Central Square

Yamba Market, Cambridge’s first recreational marijuana dispensary, will open in Central Square by the beginning of next month.

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Flyby Blog

An Open Letter to Singles On Campus

Whether the only Valentine’s Day gift you’ve ever received is a mother-bought box of chocolate or you’re still recovering from breaking things off with someone back home, find comfort in the fact that you may be single, but never alone. If that doesn’t make you feel better, at least know that not only did some of us face V-day alone, but we are willing to write about it and overshare on the Internet. AKA, yours truly.

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Flyby Blog

Happy Bingo-giving!

Given that dear old John was a pilgrim himself, I think he would want Harvard to give us more than three days to celebrate Thanksgiving (#rollcrim!). With finals looming ahead, you have no idea what to do with this sweet but small amount of time. You ask yourself: what are other students doing? Who’s taking this much needed break as well, a break, and who’s finally catching up on five weeks of unwatched CS50 and Ec10 lectures?

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Flyby Blog

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Features

Love It, Hate It: Seasonal Drinks

Seasonal drinks are back! We have some thoughts.

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City Politics

Gregg Moree Makes Education His Top Priority in Seventh Council Bid

A local carpenter and lifelong Cantabridgian, Gregg J. Moree is hoping to stand out among the 18 other candidates to clench one of the nine open seats in the Nov. 2 Cambridge City Council election.

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City Politics

After 10 Terms on the City Council, Denise Simmons Still Has Work To Do

E. Denise Simmons — who made history as the first Black lesbian mayor in the United States when she was elected Cambridge mayor in 2008 — is seeking her 11th term on the City Council this November.

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School of Public Health

Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Panel Discusses Resilience Against Disasters

Four experts in emergency response and humanitarian aid discussed strategies to prevent and respond to humanitarian disasters in conflict-ridden environments Monday afternoon in the first of a series of webinars titled “From Crisis to Resilience,” co-hosted by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.

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