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Author Archives: Ali Binazir
I just taught a couple of classes in the Harvard Wellness Conference during Wintersession, and got this letter from one of the students: “Thank you so much for speaking at our conference; it was really nice meeting you. Although I … Continue reading
So you guys are pretty early in your college career, which means it’s an excellent time for me to influence you about whether or not to go to medical school. This article has been the #1 hit for the Google … Continue reading
One of the biggest pieces of advice that I dispense to the rising Harvard freshmen is to take language classes. Harvard does a fantastic job of teaching them, they’re a super-useful lifelong skill, and they’re generally an easy ‘A’. You … Continue reading
An article in the New York Times discusses the results from a long-term study of stress in college freshmen. Conclusion: they’re all little stress-baskets. It’s been particularly bad for the women. Here’s how the article begins: Record Level of Stress … Continue reading
My good friend brought this article to my attention, and all of you who are getting started on your college careers at fancypants universities need to read this. I was always struck by how my classmates could ace exams but … Continue reading
This may very well be the coolest thing Harvard has ever put on. The course itself is open only to current undergrads — hey, wait, that’s you! You can also attend the public lectures in Science Center B on Monday … Continue reading