Junior Parents’ Weekend brings The Undergraduate a new perspective on the future.
Of archives, libraries, personal memories, and Sylvia Plath
Undergraduate columnist Christian Flow ponders the strange social science of mingling.
Quiz Bowl’s quirky intellectualism and hard-driving competitiveness energize a strong Harvard team.
The program affords students two years of graduate study at a U.K. university of their choosing.
The winners include two Harvard seniors and one doctoral student at the Graduate School of Education.
The Undergraduate reflects on how good and bad dreams shape the way we grow up.
Programs that match Harvard College students with jobs and internships
Harvard pushes undergraduates to ponder life’s big questions.
Ariel Phillips and Abigail Lipson head the Success-Failure Project at the Harvard Bureau of Study Counsel.
I realized that college was over when I opened up the large diploma case to show my family the product of four years’ labor and found…
Harvard Magazine’s Berta Greenwald Ledecky Undergraduate Fellows for the 2008-2009 academic year will be Brittney Moraski ’09 and Christian Flow ’10…
Amanda Fields ’09, of Lowell House and Vista, California, and John Sheffield ’09, of Pforzheimer House and Fayetteville, North Carolina, are this year’s David Aloian Memorial Scholars.
Student study centers in the renovated Fogg Museum…
The Harvard I know today began in the most unlikely of ways: with a cup of tea, served loose-leaf in a ceramic mug, as I sat at a table littered with books and papers, impossibly squeezed between the bookshelves and free-standing chalkboard of a narrow Semitic Museum office.