Studying abroad forces you to turn a critical lens on your own culture and history.
Study abroad can catalyze a renewed appreciation of Harvard.
That’s what makes study abroad special: it’s kinetic, but it gives you time to stand still.
Wonder—and the beauty and community which bring it about—might not be what Harvard students want, but it is what we need.
My patriotism doesn’t match my passport. I may be cosmopolitan, but above that: I’m Scottish.
I imagine, when it comes to myth and fairytale, the most ordinary of ordinary people has as much a right to speak as an expert. So as a child of (mostly) the West, all I know is that in fairy tales, things come in groups of three:
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