Summer


College Opens Petition for On-Campus Students to Remain in Housing Over Summer

After Harvard cancelled summer programming and as uncertainty about future semesters looms, Dean of the College Rakesh Khurana outlined the process by which students may petition for summer housing in a Friday interview.


As Harvard Summer Programing Moves Online, Students Make Contingency Plans

The coronavirus upended undergraduates’ semesters, forcing them to vacate campus more than a month ago. Now it has changed their summer plans, too — a shift students are adjusting to as they face expanding disruptions to college life.


Beijing Summer Program Cancelled as University Reinforces Coronavirus Warning

After Harvard University Health Services reiterated that University-related travel to China is “strongly discouraged” due to the rapidly spreading coronavirus, the 2020 iteration of Harvard Beijing Academy has been cancelled.


Kevin Ballen

Kevin L. Ballen '22 is one of the founders of the Service Starts with Summer Program. The program, administered by the Phillips Brooks House Association, gives each participant a $1,500 stipend for completing 100 hours of work on a self-directed service project in their hometown.


PBHA Summer Employees Face Delayed Stipends

The Phillips Brooks House Association has delayed payment of stipends to roughly 50 summer program employees, which has presented difficulties for students across the organization’s programs, according to several student employees.


Boston Pride Parade

A group of Harvard students marched down Boylston Street as a part of the Boston Pride Parade last Saturday afternoon. This year's theme was "Looking Back, Loving Forward" in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.


Harvard Affiliates March in 49th Annual Boston Pride Parade

Decked out in rainbow flags, clothes, and facepaint, a group of roughly 30 Harvard affiliates marched representing the University in Boston’s 49th Pride Parade Saturday afternoon.


Students Talk Summer Service at Campus Symposium

This summer, Keturah J. Gadson ’21 traded Cambridge brick for the open skies of Sunflower, Mississippi — a town with a population of just over 1,000 which she described as “frozen in time” — to help teach local students.


Flyby’s Guide to Your Summer Search

Rest assured—there are still amazing summer opportunities available that don’t have “Goldman Sachs” in their title.


How To: Schmooze a Professor

For those of us not seeking jobs at shiny finance places, internship season is upon us. Here's a nifty guide to getting your professor to write you a stellar letter of recommendation.


No Summertime Sadness

A recruiter from the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies encourages students to apply for international internships and funding at the Office of Career Services’s Summer Funding and Programs Fair Tuesday afternoon in the SOCH.


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