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Crimson opinion writer

Jerrica H. Li

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Full Circle: Lessons From a Gap Year

At this point, I’ve given up on trying to label things. I just go where I feel is best. And Harvard, though always the ending place of my gap year, was never the final destination. The journey continues.

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Dancing, Floating, and Journeying Back to Harvard

During my gap year, I wrote down and sought out lessons about myself to remember when I returned, accruing an arsenal of stress-relief coping mechanisms.

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How I Survive Modern-Day Political Pessimism

How do we care about the big things while taking care of our individual selves? Loving people is hard; loving populations harder still. But because I can’t force others to act how I feel is sensible, I can only better myself to be an example.

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A Gap Year May Be the Education You Need

My gap year was the beginning of contemplation, one I hope you will join with me, of the structures we exist in and whether they serve us, and whether we are serving ourselves.

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