Can't wait to hear those speeches? We couldn't either. So we sat down with Ivy Orators Alexandra A. Petri '10 and James M. Wilsterman '10 (also former Crimson editors) and Harvard Orator MacKenzie Sigalos '10 to ask their thoughts five topics drawn from a given list of 20. (We also contacted the other Harvard Orator, Benjamin P. Schwartz '10, but he was not available.) Check out what they had to say in this video!
This week, we asked graduating seniors to answer four different questions about their Harvard experiences: we've asked about their regrets, memories, and most scandalous moments. Here's our fourth and final installment of their reflections. What have you learned at Harvard, or what about Harvard has taught you the most?
This week, we asked graduating seniors to answer four different questions about their Harvard experiences: yesterday we asked about what they will remember about college, and on Monday we inquired about their regrets. Here's the third installment of their reflections. What is the most scandalous thing you have done at Harvard?
With Commencement coming up next week, seniors are making the most of their last few days as Harvard undergraduates. So what do these soon-to-be alumni have to say about their time as college students? We asked graduating seniors to answer four different questions about their Harvard experiences, and over the next few days, we'll be letting you know what they had to say. What do you wish you had done as a Harvard student?
Bert Adams Winthrop House Crimson Key Society Marshal's Office Coordinator, Freshman Parents' Weekend Organizer; Harvard Sailing Team; Memorial Church Usher,