Derek K. Choi ’18 is the President of the 144th Guard of the Harvard Crimson. He lives in Leverett House, studies government and economics, and hails from the suburbs north of Chicago.
Crimson staff writer Derek K. Choi can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The senior thesis lives as a sort of larger-than-life being in my imagination. It feels, despite what the department tells you, like the conclusion of my academic career.
When Bacow talked to Harvard affiliates: “Some of them said, ‘What about you, Larry?’ And I said, ‘No, thank you.’ I was there to get their ideas about others to lead Harvard.”
The most interesting part of the presser for me was hearing what questions the University had decided to plant.
Holding a Ph.D. should only ever be a plus. Yet I hope that is a secondary consideration to the skills needed for the job, regardless of from whence they’re found.
Due to technical difficulties, The Crimson did not publish a print edition on September 27, 2017.
Today marks the first paper of The Crimson’s 144th year, and as we start the presses anew for 2017, we wanted to give you an update on where we’re headed.