The more I explored San Juan, the more I noticed the frustrations lying beneath the vibrant surface.
As a Yelp Elite member, I was tasked with finding the restaurants, so we set out on a culinary tour of the South.
Instead of settling themselves through sharing, certain stories seemed to become tainted in the act of telling.
As I temporarily assumed the role of Harvard tour guide, I realized the extent of my campus knowledge, and not just in a geographic sense.
A spring break postcard from Iceland.
From Texas to Italy, and Cambridge to Florida, Crimson photographers traveled across the country and the world during spring break. These are snapshots of what they saw.
Indeed, Mumbai seems like a rising city, even as it already has a huge population and undisputed economic hegemony in its country.
“This is what an ecosocialist looks like.”
"While studying in Ireland this semester, my goal has been to better understand my family's roots."
POSTCARD: Shannon E. Cleary '12 rediscovers her roots in an Irish student pub.
POSTCARD: Follow Kristen E. Logan '12 on her gastronomic adventures in the Swiss city of Geneva.
"On most days, we are allotted an hour and a half to two hours for lunch—a far cry from my typical fifteen-minute lunches in Mather en route to class."