Harvard prides itself on providing its students with a “transformative experience.” Join Samyra to hear her she spill the tea on various aspects of this experience and what it’s really like to be a student at Harvard.
Samyra C. Miller ’21 and Prashanth “PK” Kumar ’21 are the First and Second Class Marshals, respectively.
Exactly one year ago, Harvard administrators informed undergraduates that they would need to evacuate campus in just five days, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. From March 10 to 15, 2020, students packed up their rooms, made travel arrangements, and said goodbye to their friends and classmates. The Crimson’s Multimedia Editors documented those hectic five days, and one year later, they revisited some of the same locations to capture the new normal on campus.
Pforzheimer House Dining Hall 2021
Pfoho Bell Tower Housing Market 2021
Harvard Chan School and Radcliffe Institute professor Sara N. Bleich and University of California at Irvine Associate Professor Sabrina A. Strings discussed obesity and the COVID-19 pandemic at a Radcliffe-sponsored event Tuesday.
During Junior Parents Weekend, students protested on the steps of Widener Library, demanding that Harvard creates an Ethnic Studies department and multicultural center.
On most days during the school year, Harvard Yard is bustling with students and tourists, rendering it quite challenging to avoid coming with six feet of another person.
In late January, Harvard University's Warren Center for Studies in American History hosted a symposium on the work of Lorgia García Peña, discussing Peña's work and scholarly legacy.
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