University presidents and administrators often toss around the idea of the “Harvard experience,” referring to some nebulous, borderline-magical adventure — one that includes far more than academic classes, ranging from clubs to arts to spontaneity with new friends. This year’s freshmen students have to reconceptualize their expectations for what “the Harvard experience” means — remotely-enrolled freshmen most of all.
Beyer has authored a poetry collection called “We Come Elemental,” Tran placed in the Top 10 at the 2015 Individual World Poetry Slam, and Yoon was a recipient of the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowship from the Poetry Foundation in 2017.
The Harvard Law School's Pre-Matriculation Program, which was piloted to incoming law students last year, is now set to be permanent.
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White-haired activists shift in their chairs, whispering about the upcoming decision.
Robert N. Stavins studies and teaches the field of environmental economics, which considers the impact of resource use on the environment.
Robert N. Stavins is a professor at the Harvard Kennedy School and one of the world’s leading environmental economists.
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