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41 thoughts on “A Day in the Life: Harvard Student

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  2. Hmmm. I have a feeling Harvard had a hand in making this video. The emphasis on "diversity", while nothing wrong with that, seems a little bit more than being coincidental considering the whole court case that just happened. Crimson has been making videos on universities that aren't that famous recently. Seems kind of weird to just double back to Harvard and start the whole diversity-importance argument all over again. Just my thoughts.

  3. i love this guy in particular; latino, low income, big dreams, I can totally relate to that. thank you for sharing this and motivating me!

  4. Thank you for the idea of sharing a day in the life of students. 🙂 I just hope this would feature students in a real “Day in the Life” following them as they do things in a day or even just snippets of what’s their day like. Most of the videos here just contain interviews. thank you 🙂

  5. Im in harvard doing social studies so when I finish I will have a little bit of everything but nothing of anything. clown

  6. Can you show how much interest his student loans will accrue each day after college? Maybe he should take an accounting course.

  7. Bright & worked hard, independent & sacrificed, honor & integrity matter? Harvard's not for you…for liberal leftist lunatics, vile narcissists, inferior minds, all admitted on "affirmative action" not earned by merit! Harvard is notable in name only espouses no dignity, integrity, decency, honesty. Don't waste your money.

  8. alright kids, education is important and to get into the top schools you must not only have an excellent high school GPA but you must volunteer and set yourself apart from others. Let's not bullshit, anyone can get a 3.5-4.0 in high school with little effort. take classes that are going to get you above 4.0 and dedicate your extra time to athletics and volunteering. Not only will that give you an edge when it comes to applying to top schools but it will keep you from being bored as you'll constantly be doing something and preparing yourself for eventual adulthood. best of luck

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