How do you raise a child to have a life that you yourself have never known? This is the greatest paradox I have grappled with during my time at Harvard.
The next time we are faced with the question of “what do you do,” it is my hope that rather than feeling boxed in, we are bursting with answers of everything we are and everything we are capable of.
To me, a konbini is equivalent to a humble refuge from confusion and chaos. It’s the checkpoint area on the game map every time I die, sheltering me from time and all matters of reality until I’m ready to face the world again.
In honor of Commencement season, Flyby went to Quincy Courtyard to talk to Harvard seniors about what they'll miss the most about Harvard
Adulting has a steep learning curve based on experience and time, but there’s no harm in following some basic tips to help get you started on that #solo life.
Here are some of the weirdest items that have been put up for sale by seniors during this senior sales season.
When the delicate trust between a student and a tutor is broken and replaced with strategic targeting and hostility, the incident no longer becomes isolated within the fences of Winthrop House.
Before you even get to complicated classes, you must face everyday Harvard lingo. Let us decode some of the most common acronyms for you!
There is one caveat to Harvard’s thriving and inclusive extracurricular scene: To explore something new, you must already be good at it.