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Category Archives: Academics
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
In this here HUGS (aka Enter to Grow in Wisdom) Video #6, we introduce you to the concept of the Magic Number and the real way to pick truly awesome courses. It ain’t by reading the descriptions in the course … Continue reading
Awright, so our first video is up! This is our absolute #1 piece of advice, so make no delay and check it out right here, right now. Show signs of life by commenting below, and if you find the video … Continue reading
So in the last post I introduced you to the three academic breeds of Harvard student. Now let’s delve a little deeper into the pros and cons of each: The Gunner The Gunner is hardcore. Even as a freshman, she … Continue reading
During my time in Cambridge (MA not UK), I noticed three breeds of Homo harvardensis when it came to academics: the Gunner, the Savvy, and the Slacker. Gunners come to college to kick ass academically. They’ve already got their eyes … Continue reading