Fifteen Most Interesting

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FM Editor's Note

This is the way FM ends. Not with a bang, but with 15. It’s also not the real end, but just the end for this year. We still have our Superboard keys. Steven S. Lee, you’re not reading this—and if you are, it’s because you Googled your own name. Touché.

The 15 Most Interesting Seniors

15 Most Interesting Seniors of 2015

Here are the 15 seniors to meet before they graduate: they’re old, they’re wise, and they’re one semester from leaving. These seniors have spent their time on everything from punk rock to squash to divestment. Get to know them in their environment (interviews, photos, and videos were taken at their favorite places on campus). Most of all, have fun with it.

Beshka Asanbaev

Beshka Asanbaev Favorite Location: Weeks Footbridge

Ben Zauzmer

Ben Zauzmer Favorite Location: Lavietes Pavilion

Elliot Wilson

Elliot Wilson Favorite Location: WHRB Radio Station

Stephanie Warner

Stephanie Warner Favorite Location: Harvard Yard

Sujay Tyle

Sujay Tyle Favorite Location: Tozzer Library

Amanda Sobhy

Amanda Sobhy Favorite Location: Pforzheimer Hastings Room

Ellie Parker

Ellie Parker Favorite Location: Darwin's Ltd

Nishin Nathwani

Nishin Nathwani Favorite Location: Charles River Bank

Anahi Mendoza

Anahi Mendoza Favorite Location: Algiers Coffeehouse

Elizabeth Leimkuhler

Elizabeth Leimkuhler Favorite Location: Fairfax Hall

Awais Hussain

Awais Hussain Favorite Location: Widener Library, 5th Floor

Chloe Maxmin

Chloe Maxmin Favorite Location: Massachusetts Hall

Amanda Bradley

Amanda Bradley Favorite Location: Dunster House Inn

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