Teach for America's recruitment structure simultaneously appeals to students’ altruism and more selfish concerns: earning something competitive, and also commendable. At Harvard, where recruitment is even more aggressive than at most colleges, students are taking the bait.
Kennedy’s establishment of the Peace Corps attracted Harvard students, drawing attention away from service programs like the Harvard African Teaching Prospect.
During the Class of 1961's time at Harvard, the College began a number of programs aiming to increase the diversity of the traditionally white, New England-centered student body.
After the incredible success of his novel “Jaws” and the iconic Steven Spielberg film he co-wrote, the novelist spent the rest of his life promoting marine conservation.
You may have noticed the new labels on your d-hall’s coffee dispensers, but you probably don’t know their stories.
At Harvard, an increasingly international student body faces both opportunities and challenges.
Warning: This might get a little bit graphic. Maybe that’s why I don’t like birthing imagery.
What could Kim and I have in common? My bunny passed away years ago. Besides, I’m not accustomed to this ...
Sherry Gong ’11 is brilliant with numbers. She is, after all, headed to New Orleans this January to receive the ...
Stuck in Cambridge over Thanksgiving weekend? Never fear. In the absence of crazy Aunt Annie’s post-turkey tableside rants or Grandma ...
Be nice to that overeager Gov 20 section guy, for like many on Congress’ current roster, he may someday take ...
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