Henry and Tobias both participate in the Lowell House Society of Russian Bell Ringers.
Tatiana Miranda ’24 is writing a thesis about how Joker fanfiction writers, particularly those who have marginalized identities, use their writing to reckon with their experiences.
Allure's love for fashion is intertwined with their interest in performance.
Mira-Rose J. Kingsbury Lee ’24, the Renaissance Person of her senior class, has written and produced three musicals at Harvard, and she’s working on a fourth: this spring’s Hasty Pudding show and brings the same enthusiasm to the microscopic organisms of our intestines as she does to the characters in her musicals.
Upon entering Arjun A. Akwei’24's dorm, I was greeted by his big smile and a tidied shoe rack — the epitome of culture and order.
Those who do know the real Alexander Chen are absolutely mystified by how he manages to do so many goddamn things.
In Arjun's dorm is a nook with three red armchairs, a faux taxidermy deer mount, and a wall covered with a wood-patterned wallpaper to “emulate the old Harvard aesthetic,” he explains.
In the fall of freshman year, Isa Peña ’23-’24 received an email from the producers of American Idol, inviting her to audition. “It was a total ‘roll with the punches’ moment. I couldn’t let an opportunity like that pass me by,” she says.
Allure transforms pink — a typically soft, demure, “girly” shade — into a color with teeth. They are a nonbinary femme lesbian, and they remix the rules of femininity in order to represent their identity.
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