Roughly one in 20 students take a leave of absence from Harvard every year. But no two stories are the same.
While Harvard Square is chock-full of restaurants, specialty stores, and—for Harvard undergraduates—dining halls, a comprehensive grocery store with fresh food at affordable prices is noticeably lacking.
“As children we endure a lot and experience a lot, and I think the rest of your life is just reverberations of that original moment,” Seo says. “For me, I’m pretty attentive to how people are responding to things or to me.”
Joanne B. Chang ’91 estimates that she eats an entire loaf of banana bread every day.
Every time they pull out Tiger Beat Magazine, I can’t help but think about myself at 15.
On Oct. 5, HUDS employees went on strike for the first time in more than 30 years, and for the first time ever during the academic year. Many of these employees have been at Harvard for years, even decades—so what has that time looked like?
Compared to many other archaeologists’ work investigating thousands of years into the past, Liebmann’s focus on the archaeology of early Native American encounters with Europeans is practically breaking news.
Johnson’s Movement Lab is one of many classes offered this year as part of Harvard’s newest concentration: Theater, Dance, and Media.
Sharanya Pulapura '19 and Davis M. Lazowski '19 pose as characters from the web comic "Homestuck" outside Matthews Hall after returning from their third day at the convention.
Hannah Cousins of Newburyport, M.A. and friends wait in the blocks-long line to get into the Anime Boston convention, dressed and posing as characters from "Yuh-Gi-Oh."
Bringing a new kind of cultural flair to an otherwise average March weekend, Anime Boston is a three-day convention located at the Hynes Convention Center and Sheraton Boston.
Kathryn J. Gundersen ’17 catches mistake fares in order to travel the world.
The first course of the night is served, a one-bite “snack” of daikon (a type of radish) pickled in a mostarda and wrapped up in mini taco form with Italian goat cheese and powdered soybean. Eyes widen around the table as we begin to realize what’s about to come out of Friedman’s makeshift kitchen.
Tiger Club Tutoring is just one of many student-run college admissions consulting businesses springing up across the nation; it’s also just one of many student-run college admissions consulting businesses at Harvard.