Senior Section 2015
Class of 2015, By the Numbers
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.
Snow Xue Rui ’15 and Timothy Frank Bender
Actually we never really did date. We became best friends, hung out constantly, and then got married.
Love Harvard by Critiquing It
TLDR: Harvard is a complicated, at-times-frustrating, but certainly beautiful place. If you care deeply about it, continue critiquing and improving it, now and in the future.
Jillian C. Lee ’15 and Seth J. Cochran
People say, “Wow you guys made it long distance for all this time.” They think that we’re very photogenic. We both have good smiles.
Yuechen Zhao ’15 and Qianyun 'Helen' Shi ’15
During junior year we were both on board for Harvard China Forum, so we kind of became best friends. He was president and I was vice president, so we were just working on stuff everyday. And we went to every Lev event together.
Conner R. Dalton ’15 and Sarah McKenzie Williams
We had been classmates in second grade and then she came back to my school in seventh grade. But during that time in between our families were close friends. We went to the same church.
Amy C. Robinson ’15 and Raúl P. Quintana ’14
We met in high school. I was a sophomore, and he was a junior. I live about six or seven blocks from our high school, so one day he just ran from our high school to my house and rang my doorbell and asked me out.
Larissa K. Davis ’15 and Timothy S. Baker ’13
We met at Harvard. Initially we met my freshman year. We're both involved in Christian Impact so I met him there and honestly didn't really take much notice of him until he started attending the same church as me in Porter Square.
Dina M. Perez ’15 and Moonhyung Kang
It probably all seemed crazy to everyone, and I guess it was a bit crazy for us too but we couldn't wait. The big wedding ceremony is currently in the works, which is exciting.
Karl E. Krehbiel ’15 and Carolyn Krehbiel
The combination of our similarities and differences seems to make us a really good team.
In Memoriam: Angela R. Mathew and Mehdy Hazheer
Friends and loved ones remember Angela R. Mathew '15 and Mehdy Hazheer '15.
Jasmine Griffin ’15 and Michael J. Burton
People always tell us they can tell when we’re close by, because you can hear our laughter from rooms away. They also say we complete each other (or rather, have started to completely become each other over time).