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Crimson staff writer

Zuneera Shah

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Grateful for the Bubble

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.

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The Myth of Harvard’s Global Community

For once, I understand why it’s called “breaking” news, because it does break me.

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To Assume or Not to Assume: Transnational Identity and Experience

We’re allowing ourselves to belong elsewhere, beyond our home countries, and not feel guilty about it.

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An Abundance of Applications

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.

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Long Way Home

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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Trouble in Financial Aid Town

Harvard’s generosity when it comes to financial aid is indeed a blessing for many of us. However, this does not imply that the process, too, of receiving financial aid is free of difficulties.

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