Our favorite student essays on the undergraduate experience
A selection of stories covering the admission of women, the Harvard-Radcliffe merger, the rise of women in the faculty ranks, Harvard’s first woman president, and more
Illustration by Emily Koch
Seniors hunker down in communal quarantine.
Most days, I see no one at all.
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“The ‘ideal’ classroom never existed anyway, at least not in a perfectly equitable manner,” writes Julie Chung ’20.
“The biggest obstacle to our collective learning is the elephant in the room: a global pandemic, taking place amid existing inequalities,” writes Drew Pendergrass ’20.
Photograph by Jim Harrison
Harvard’s 369th Commencement goes virtual.