Fifteen Most Interesting
Tauheed Z. Islam
The cat's name is Tobi, short for Tobias, and Tauheed Z. Islam '21 shares him with his girlfriend of seven years. Spending time with her (and his cat) has been a silver lining of the pandemic.
Catherine H. Ho
Catherine H. Ho's '21 college experience has come full circle — well, sort of.
Christopher M. McGrory
Before leaving campus in March, Christopher M. McGrory’s main extracurricular commitment was playing for Harvard’s varsity baseball team. As the Ivy League has cancelled all seasons since March, McGrory says he has actually taken on more extracurricular activities this year.
Avril Saavedra 2
Uruguay has 12 million cows and three million people, which is “very noticeable,” Saavedra says.
Olivia Bryant 1
Bryant describes herself as "aggressively British."
Avril Saavedra 1
Spending the fall in Uruguay has allowed Saavedra to reconnect with family members she hasn't seen in years.
Lucy Li Desk
Li sits at the desk in her childhood bedroom in Overland Park, Kansas.
His first name alone — Awnit — reflects his family’s history: “My name is spelled with a ‘W’ ... [and] in Dutch, the W is pronounced as a V. So in British English or American English, it would be written with a V — that in itself speaks to who I am.”
“I really hate sweating — so that’s why I think I was drawn to swimming.”
“I love the river because it reminds me of home,” James A. Bedford ’20 says as we set out for a brisk walk along the Charles. “Back home in England, I live on a sailing boat.”