Harvard is at once my sanctuary and enabler. It is where I am most myself, intellectually, and physically. It is here that I feel free.
For once, I understand why it’s called “breaking” news, because it does break me.
We’re allowing ourselves to belong elsewhere, beyond our home countries, and not feel guilty about it.
While some of these application processes have become less intense, there is still much to be done to encourage a healthier extracurricular atmosphere on campus.
On some subconscious level, I think I wanted to apply the ceteris paribus law to my life at home when I first came to school; I wanted all things to remain the same there so that they would be familiar whenever I returned.
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