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At some point during the 11-hour flight between Miami and Santiago, a realization finally struck me—I was travelling to the Southern Hemisphere.
I am not quite an adult—I can tell by how the conversation often focuses on me, the way adults talk to children.
Before this trip, the word “Italy” alone would stir my imagination, bringing to my mind some romanticized caricature of rainbow buildings and gondola-filled canals.
We felt very French, celebrating Bastille Day with fresh baguettes, cheese, and macaroons.
It’s the first Independence Day I’ve spent away from home, and after an oddly difficult bout of homesickness on Thursday, baseball is how I’m coping.
They also do marriages here, because who needs flowers when you have fungi?
The splendor of human achievement can never be replicated, and the terror of human destruction can never be undone.
From analysis of challenges to University President Drew Faust's leadership to a profile of a Law School professor who is challenging Harvard's approach to Title IX, The Crimson breaks down the 2014-2015 Year in Review.
From a perfect season to improbable playoff runs, the 2014-2015 campaign had it all. Revisit all the action with The Crimson's Year in Sports.
After weathering two hurricanes, three different deans of the College, and the Boston Marathon bombing, the Class of 2015 will pack up and leave the College this week. The Crimson breaks down Harvard's graduating senior class, by the numbers.
Meet the members of the Class of 2015 who are engaged to be married or have already tied the knot.
According to data scraped from the Harvard Athletics website, nearly 15 percent of Harvard athletes come from California, while just 12 percent come from non-U.S. countries.
Though the environment for women faculty at Harvard has improved over the past 20 years, many say that there is still room for improvement.
Eighty-four percent of campaign contributions made by a group of 614 Harvard faculty, instructors, and researchers between 2011 and the third quarter of 2014 went to federal Democratic campaigns and political action committees.