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Swati Goel '25 competed on the 42nd season of the hit CBS reality competition show "Survivor."

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For Swati Goel '25, competing on Survivor was the realization of a long-held dream.

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Fueled by Coconuts and Adrenaline, Swati Goel '25 Lives Her 'Biggest Dream' on Survivor

For Goel, the show has been a comfort since middle school — like “chicken soup,” she says. “It’s just the thing I would watch whenever I was upset or sad.” Auditioning for the show was a bucket-list item for her.

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How Not to Die Alone, According to Relationship Expert Logan Ury

This counterintuitive revelation — that the road to love can be paved with scientific rationality — is the foundation of Ury’s book, as well as her career more broadly.

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An Antique Bookstore for the 21st Century

The Brattle Book Shop in Boston, full of rare and antique books, is one of America’s oldest and largest used bookstores.

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How David Foster Grew the Harvard Forest to New Heights

The forest, Foster says, “is one of those kinds of resources that no other university has, so it’s something that Harvard should really cherish.”

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Benjamin Bolger Has No Post-Graduation Plans

“Other people might read a magazine article in The Economist,” Bolger says. “Maybe I'll do a master’s degree instead on the topic.”

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Benjamin Bolger

Benjamin B. Bolger holds 16 post-graduate degrees from some of academia's most prestigious institutions from Harvard to Oxford.

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The Russian Bell Ringers Society Rings Out Support for Ukraine

When Russia launched a military invasion of Ukraine on Thursday, Feb. 24, Georgiy A. Kent ’22 watched in anger and dismay as his family’s home region came under attack.

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For Ayush Noori, Juggling Freshman Year and Neurodegeneration Research

In layman’s terms, Noori defines his work as “applying cutting-edge machine learning approaches across computer vision, natural language processing, and graphed representations learning.”

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Georgiy Kent 5

The original Lowell bells were gifted to the House by businessman Charles Crane, who bought them from the Danilov Monastery in Moscow in 1930. In 2008, they were replaced with replicas.

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Nathan V. Mallipeddi, a student at Harvard Medical School, started the Stuttering Scholarship Alliance to help provide access to teletherapy and group therapy for people who stutter.

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Jeffrey Rediger

Dr. Jeffrey D. Rediger, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, studies the mystery of so-called spontaneous healing.

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“I Preach Acceptance”: HMS Student Nathan Mallipeddi Redefines Stuttering

Today, the once-shy Nathan Mallipeddi is eager to get to know everyone he meets at Harvard Medical School. “I was quiet for so long, going through something that a lot of people weren’t even aware of, and I had this battle raging inside me,” he says.

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