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What’s booking, good looking? Reading Recommendations from our Harvard Student Managers!

What’s booking, good looking? Reading Recommendations from our Harvard Student Managers!

Get yourself back in the swing of academics with some of these reading recommendations from our HSA managers. And for those seeking more rigorous engagement with their literature or writing, talk shop with one of our Harvard student tutors in an English package or work on your writing in our Essay writing packages!

Q: What is the last book you read?
Cory (Tutoring): The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
Miranda (Internal Marketing): Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro 
Esther (Tutoring): Top Down Democracy in South Korea by Erik Mobrand
Harrison (CDE/Bar): The Fire Next Time by James Baldwin
Kevin (Campus Insights): The Sword of Kaigen by M. L. Wang
Julie (Academies): The Unspoken Rules: Secrets to Starting Your Career Off Right by Gorick Ng
Jasmine (Tutoring): I second what Julie said! It was so cool to have Gorick speak to all of our HSA managers.

How Can I Hustle This Summer?

How Can I Hustle This Summer?

School's out! As the ancient adage goes, "Scream and shout!" It's been a long haul through the third semester of virtual learning, and we all deserve a bit of a breather this summer. But don't get carried away by the allure of all this free time—make sure that you can assert to your future interviewer or college app that you used the summer of 2021 wisely. Here's a short list of some options for your summertime grind:

Part Time Job (💸) Daily expenses pile up, but the college application process can get pretty pricey too...

What Happened to Admissions Rates This Year?

What Happened to Admissions Rates This Year?
This spring, colleges across the nation have reported shockingly low rates of acceptances from the 2020-2021 application cycle. Ivy League schools, which have long been renowned for their selectivity, plummeted to rates between 3 to 6%. Check out the Crimson's article about Harvard's record low admissions at 3.4% and what decreasing acceptance trends mean for prestigious institutions in the long run...