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Cui Cui Chen,

When is the price right?

HKS grad shows importance of market-based decisions when forecasting in a new regulatory regime

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Benyam Kinde

Spirit of inquiry

Innate curiosity and an open mind spurred interest in brain research

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A red cap, T-shirt, and pair of shoes brighten the steps of Widener Library.

Red all about it

Splashes of eye-catching color brighten campus scenes

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Wavelength canopy.

Made to shade

A canopy of red banners creates a cool comfort zone at Science Center Plaza

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Harvard’s Financial Aid Initiative is opening doors to students regardless of income.

Leveling the playing field

Harvard’s expansive financial aid program ensures diversity by welcoming freshmen regardless of their circumstances

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Harvard roommates from varied backgrounds say that, in the College’s House system, their differences draw them together.

When a House is a bountiful home

Harvard College roommates from varied backgrounds say their differences draw them together, broaden their education

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Elianni Martinez (left), and Adanna Castellano-Brown, both 9, teach a dance to their classmates and Harvard teachers Rachel Share-Sapolsky ’21, Jenna Lang ’21, and M.K. Howard ’21.

STAGE struck

Phillips Brooks performing arts program gives kids a new voice

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Voicing their differences

Diversity elevates student group 21 Colorful Crimson: ‘Music is universal and it has no boundaries’

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