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The Fifteen Most Interesting Seniors in the Harvard Class of 2017
Fifteen Most Interesting

The Fifteen Most Interesting Seniors in the Harvard Class of 2017

Molly Finlayson
Fifteen Most Interesting

Molly Finlayson

Molly Finlayson
Fifteen Most Interesting

Molly Finlayson

Katie Tutrone
Fifteen Most Interesting

Katie Tutrone

"My philosophy in life is that the sky is one giant cinema for the world," says Katie Tutrone, a meteorologist of yesterday's weather.

Katie Tutrone
Fifteen Most Interesting

Katie Tutrone

A Psychology concentrator with a secondary in Theater, Dance, and Media, Tutrone is interested in how psychology plays into performance.

Katie Tutrone
Fifteen Most Interesting

Katie Tutrone

Katie runs an Instagram account called "Cirrusly Yesterday." It includes videos of her describing yesterday's weather.

Luke Heine in the library
Fifteen Most Interesting

Luke Heine in the library

Devon Guinn
Fifteen Most Interesting

Devon Guinn

Devon Guinn knows how to beatbox. Really well.

Luke Heine and a chalkboard
Fifteen Most Interesting

Luke Heine and a chalkboard

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The Harvard Crimson

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Tea with Hillary
2016 Election

Tea with Hillary

In the early 1970s, Hillary worked in Cambridge for the Children’s Defense Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to child advocacy and research.

Jin Park
Scrutiny

Jin Park

Jin K. Park '18, holding his DACA card, learned English when he moved to the United States when he was 7 years old.

Paulo Pinto
Scrutiny

Paulo Pinto

Paulo J. Pinto '18 came to the United States from Portugal at age 5.

Jin Park
Scrutiny

Jin Park

Jin K. Park '18 learned English when he moved to the United States when he was 7 years old.

Paulo Pinto
Scrutiny

Paulo Pinto

Paulo J. Pinto '18 came to the United States from Portugal at age 5.