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Harvard prides itself on providing its students with a “transformative experience.” Join host Samyra Miller to hear her she spill the tea on various aspects of this experience and what it’s really like to be a student at Harvard. Produced by Allison Lee. Podcast art by Madison Shirazi and Uzo Ngwu. Music by Eric Tarlin. Listen and subscribe on Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts.
In this episode, Samyra sits down with tea party guests for a discussion on “connections” in the Harvard Community. Students spill the tea about how they’re adapting to a virtual semester academically, platonically, and romantically. Students featured include: Kristian Hardy ’24, Kimani Panthier ’24, Adam Stone ’23, Jahnavi Rao ’22, Eric Wilson ’21, Gavin Olsen ’21, Sydney McDonald ‘21.
Samyra sits down with tea party guests for a discussion on social life in the Harvard Community. Students spill the tea about where, how, and with who they party…hook up...and date.
Samyra sits down with tea party guests for a discussion on academics at Harvard. Students spill the tea about choosing concentrations, their favorite courses, and the true difficulty of classes.
Special Episode 3.5
Samyra sits down with the two official tickets running for President and Vice-President of The Undergraduate Council to hear about their platforms and opinions on the role of The Undergraduate Council in the Harvard community.
Samyra sits down with student-athletes to discuss their academic and social experiences during normal circumstances and the virtual environment.
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