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Harvard University is at jct. Massachusetts Ave. and Cambridge St.; an information center is on the ground floor of the Holyoke Center at 1350 Massachusetts Ave. Founded in 1636, Harvard is the oldest institution of higher learning in the country.

In and around the historic “Yard” at Harvard Square, buildings represent the history of architecture in America. They range from Colonial-style Massachusetts Hall, built in 1720; the 19th-century work of Charles Bulfinch; University Hall; Henry Hobson Richardson's late 19th-century Sever Hall; and the contemporary style of Le Corbusier's Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts.

Guided tours of the historic campus depart from the information center. A self-guiding tour app for smartphones also is available.

Guided tours are available.

Ratings and Reviews are the subjective opinion of individual consumers, travel agents or travel counselors and not the opinion of the American Automobile Association ”AAA” or AAA Clubs. Neither AAA nor AAA Clubs shall be held liable for any damages resulting from display or use of these ratings or reviews.


Students in Service and Leadership at HarvardMain MenuAbout this Scalar online bookAbout the course: SOCIOL1130 Student Leadership and Service in Higher EducationVolume 4: 2021 Student projectsVolume 3: 2020 Student ProjectsVolume 2: 2019 Student ProjectsVolume 1: 2018 Student ProjectsDepartment of Sociology and Mindich Program in Engaged Scholarship, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University12019-04-30T10:13:47-04:00Charlotte Kim23792e325911bf0f5040ecc281e3806d750d8e35121Asian American Association board 2017-2018plain2019-04-30T10:13:47-04:00Charlotte Kim23792e325911bf0f5040ecc281e3806d750d8e35
  • 12019-04-29T22:03:11-04:00Story of Self1Charlotte Kimplain2019-04-30T20:24:53-04:00
    I am a junior who was born and raised in New York City. While I have loved all aspects of my Harvard experience, the most meaningful to me have been those pertaining to my Christian faith. I am a member of the Asian American Christian Fellowship and have had the opportunity to lead my own Bible Study through the Harvard Radcliffe Christian Fellowship. These experiences have given me the energy to invest time and energy in other extracurriculars, which you can read about below! 

    Harvard Extracurriculars

    Triple S Day (Students, Service & Socks) - Founder, Director

    • Headed a 12-person team to plan a service day, during which 200+ students from 9 schools volunteered and distributed 10,000+ socks at 14 shelters
    • Recruited sponsors including Shake Shack and Red Bull
    • Coverage by ABC News, NBC, and Metro US

    DEED Volunteering App 

    • Approached CEO to request and ultimately spearhead launch of app, which connects volunteers with nonprofits, in Boston
    • Recruited and onboarded Boston nonprofits and DEED college ambassadors

    First Year Social Committee - Co-Chair

    • Led the 13 freshmen selected to work with the Freshman Dean's Office to plan events for the Class of 2020

    MIR Investment Association - Associate

    • Advise in managing a $20,000 investment fund and pitch stocks to be added to portfolio

    Asian American Association - Social Chair

    Career Experiences

    Bombas - Corporate Development Intern
    Sage Group - Investment Banking Summer Analyst
    J.P. Morgan - Investment Banking Summer Analyst
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In Memoriam

Photo of James SidaniusThe Department of African and African American Studies mourns the loss of our dear friend and colleague Professor James Sidanius, who passed away on June 29, 2021.  Jim was a beloved faculty member in our department and also in the Department of Psychology.  He was an extraordinary scholar, an excellent teacher, and a cherished colleague. The death of this genuinely kind and thoughtful man is a profound loss to his family, friends, students, and our community. He will be greatly missed.


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AAAS Faculty Playlist Recommendations

Black music has always advanced the struggle for Black liberation, through its mobilization of radical imagination, trenchant critique, affective intensity, and sonic fullness. Here are some musical selections from across the last century curated by our faculty, offering a vital soundscape for this summer of protest.

Link to AAAS Faculty Playlist Recommendations

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AAAAS Faculty Reading Recommendations

In light of the killing of George Floyd and the protests his death has engendered, several AAAS faculty members have recommended a few works that they believe might help others understand and respond appropriately to our complex political moment, particularly with respect to racism, police violence, political resistance, and state repression of dissent.

Link to the AAAS Faculty Reading Recommendations

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The Death of George Floyd

FAS Dean Claudine Gay posts letter re the death of George Floyd

Link to the letter

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AAA Celebrates Tenth Anniversary

The Asian-American Association (AAA) yesterday kicked off a three-day extravaganza including symposia, movies, and a black-tie dance intended to boost awareness of Asian-Americans at Harvard, organizers said.

At last night's reception honoring AAA's tenth anniversary, students and alumni had the opportunity "to assess past performance, define present-day objectives and identify the goals for the future," said John Kim '87, co-president of AAA.

Other weekend activities will include a creative black-tie dance, an outdoor party, and several showings of the movie "A Great Wall," said John S. Kuo '89, AAA co-president.

Some AAA members feel the events are needed to dispel a few negative attitudes held by the Administration and members of the Harvard community towards Asian-Americans.

This afternoon's symposia in Boylston Hall will focus on the history of Asian-Americans at Harvard and the lack of courses in Asian-American studies, said Mark H. Kuo '90, who coordinated one of the symposia.

Several AAA members said they were disappointed with the University administrators' failure to respond favorably to their requests to offer courses in Asian-American Studies.

"It has always been a real challenge every year for the students to convince the Administration that Asian-American Studies is a legitimate field of study," Mark Kuo said.

AAA members said that one of their goals will be to dispel misconceptions about the role of Asian-Americans in United States' history.

"Many people think they know all about Asians by taking Rice Paddies or East Asian courses, but they are not aware of the history of the large immigration of Asians since 1950 to the United States as a part of history," John Kuo said.

"One of the objectives of AAA is to show that Asian-Americans have had a history and culture throughout American society," said Margaret Chin' 84, a past president of AAA.


Besides the symposia, the AAA is sponsoring a Memorial Hall dance tonight and several showings of the movie "A Great Wall," a comedy about the culture shock experienced by an Asian-American family visiting relatives in China, Kim said.

The celebration will conclude with an outdoor barbecue held in the Fly Club Garden featuring the band Quest For Vision, Kim said.


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