I’ve had roommates for a while now, long before the mere prospect of me going to college had become a tangible reality for my parents. When we first immigrated to the U.S., my brothers and I lived with our aunt while our dad worked. Continue reading about Sharing: Space, Things, and Lives
If you read my last blog post, you will know that a gap year was an integral part of my journey to college, and it could be a part of yours as well. Gap years are increasingly becoming more common for graduating high school students. Continue reading about Considering a Gap Year?
School’s out (hopefully), the sun’s blazing (for most of us), and summer seems to be taking shape (in some form or another). For those rising seniors freaking out about this fall’s college application season, fear not! Continue reading about Wacky Words of Wisdom
The admissions process is over, and if you got accepted, congratulations! If you weren’t accepted, even Harvard makes mistakes. But to those who’re starting to look at where to go to college, here’s why Harvard’s a great choice. Continue reading about 7 Reasons Why Harvard
As it is currently the midst of finals season here in Cambridge, many here on campus can’t help but think about their Winter Break plans. Known as J-Term on campus, Harvard’s Winter Break lasts for over a month. Continue reading about Jazzed about J-Term
Looking back to September of my freshman year, it’s hard to believe that an entire year has passed by. Time really does fly while you’re having fun, and one of the things I have had a real blast with has been a cappella. Continue reading about An A Cappella Journey
Today marks the start of a long weekend, and do you know what long weekends are perfect for? No Ariel, you might say, please tell me what Harvard students do on their long weekends. Relax? Go to the beach? Continue reading about A Marathon of a Weekend