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  • One to Remember

    Meeting David Blatt and other summer adventures. To say that I had an amazing summer would be a gross understatement. I had a summer that was a one in a lifetime experience. Not only did I get to work at the leading sports magazine in the world, but I also had the opportunity to visit… [Read More...]

    One to Remember
  • A World of Success

    With World Cup experience and young players, the Crimson hopes to build on last year’s accomplishments. For the Harvard women’s soccer team, last season ended on a low note with a playoff loss to Boston University. After going undefeated in Ivy League play and winning the Ivy League Championship, the Crimson fell to the BU… [Read More...]

    A World of Success
  • News Preview

    Check out these events! Thu. 9/11 Harvard Biotech Career Fair 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115, United States (New Research Building, HMS) 11:30am to 5:00pm This Fair will feature keynote speaker Dr. Vicki L. Sato, who is the Professor of Management Practice at Harvard Business School. Company recruitment tables will be set up from… [Read More...]

    News Preview
  • A Letter to Freshmen

    Ramblings, Nostalgia, and Life-Hacks Dear Class of 2018, First of all, I would like to welcome all 1,665 of you to Harvard. Second, congratulations of completing your first of many shopping weeks. As cliché as this may sound, your time at college will include some of the most exciting, frustrating, sad, challenging, happiest, once-in-a-lifetime moments… [Read More...]

    A Letter to Freshmen
  • Back to the Grind

    My gripes with Harvard’s shopping week. Move-in days can be stressful. Hundreds of students are carrying bags, boxes, futons, sheets, clothes, and a number of other items this way and that, crashing into walls, trying to prop doors, and wallowing in sweat and exhaustion. When move-in ends, however, everything should be up from there. People… [Read More...]

    Back to the Grind
  • The Same New Feeling

    The good and the bad of entering Harvard. I have never heard anyone express how much they like to be the new kid, a role that consists of constantly looking for a friendly face, an open seat, or god forbid, you wear the wrong outfit, or get lost — reminiscing on these attributes of “newness”… [Read More...]

    The Same New Feeling

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A Look into the Arts

A selected preview of happenings near Harvard. An Evening with Champions September 19 at 8:00pm & September 20 at 7:00pm Bright Hockey Arena www.aneveningwithchampions.org An exhibition of champion figure skaters … (full post)

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Campuses Past

A brief recitation of the history and development of the American college campus. With the conclusion of another summer, scores of fresh-faced new freshmen and grizzled veteran upperclassmen are now streaming through … (full post)

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News Preview

Check out these events! Thu. 9/11 Harvard Biotech Career Fair 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, … (full post)

A Letter to Freshmen

Ramblings, Nostalgia, and Life-Hacks Dear Class of 2018, First of all, I would like to … (full post)

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Back to the Grind

My gripes with Harvard’s shopping week. Move-in days can be stressful. Hundreds of … (full post)

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The Same New Feeling

The good and the bad of entering Harvard. I have never heard anyone express how much they … (full post)

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Ritchey’s Restaurant Review:

Alden and Harlow There’s a new “best restaurant” in The Square. This restaurant has been … (full post)

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YardFest 2014

An interview with College Events Board Harvard’s annual campus-wide spring event, YardFest, … (full post)

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The Same New Feeling

The good and the bad of entering Harvard. I have never heard anyone express how much they like to be the new kid, a role that consists of constantly looking for a friendly face, an open seat, … (full post)

Screen Shot 2014-09-16 at 2.03.17 PM

Ritchey’s Restaurant Review:

Alden and Harlow There’s a new “best restaurant” in The Square. This restaurant has been raved about by Boston Magazine, Boston Globe, Tasting Table, and more recently…myself. ‘Alden and … (full post)

Harvard Independent Logo

A Look into the Arts

A selected preview of happenings near Harvard. An Evening with Champions September 19 at 8:00pm & September 20 at 7:00pm Bright Hockey Arena www.aneveningwithchampions.org An exhibition of … (full post)