My Published Work in The Harvard Crimson

In the list below, you’ll find selected clips from my work as a Harvard Crimson staff reporter, a position I held from December 2010 to December 2012. I went on to serve as Managing Editor of the paper in 2013. 

Senior Survey

Interactive Feature: The Class of 2014, By the Numbers

The Crimson’s annual survey of the graduating senior class, presented in words, graphs, and numbers. | 05.27.14

Four-Part Series on Student Discipline

Part I: Ad Board’s Educational Mission Under Scrutiny

Some say that the punishment of a forced year off from school for students who have been found guilty of cheating dogs them long after their undergraduate years but teach them nothing about appropriate academic practices. | 10.23.12

Part II: Ad Board’s Advising System Faces Criticism

The massive Government 1310 scandal is placing unprecedented demands on the resident deans who are responsible for guiding their own students through the process and deliberating on the fates of dozens of others. | 10.24.12

Part III: For Ad Board, Burdened Proof

As students implicated in the current Government 1310 scandal try to clear their names, critics say the Ad Board’s closed deliberations may not really offer due process. | 10.24.12

Part IV: Critics Call for Student Role on Ad Board

As a massive cheating scandal revives dormant calls for a Harvard honor code, some say it is high time for the dropped proposal of an alternative board to be reconsidered. | 10.24.12

“Intro to Congress” Cheating Scandal

Harvard Investigates “Unprecedented” Academic Dishonesty Case

Harvard College’s disciplinary board is investigating nearly half of the more than 250 students who enrolled in “Introduction to Congress” last spring. | 08.30.12

Students Accused in Cheating Scandal Frustrated by Uncertain Process

As Harvard conducts its most sweeping academic dishonesty investigation in recent memory, several students say they are frustrated by the uncertainty they face as the Ad Board debates if and how to punish them. | 09.01.12

Cheating Scandal Erupts After Short-Answer Questions Added To Congress Exams

Students who took “Introduction to Congress” in recent years describe a course with a noted culture of collaboration, a practice that eventually led to alleged widespread cheating after the professor added a difficult short answer component to the course’s take-home exams. | 09.04.12

Typo at Root of Cheating Scandal, Letter Reveals

The professor of Government 1310 noted suspicious similarities between exams in his original letter to the Ad Board. | 09.12.12

Tuition Concerns Raised in Cheating Scandal

The unclear timeline for decisions in this fall’s sweeping plagiarism investigation has raised questions about potential disparities in tuition fees for students asked to withdraw from Harvard mid-semester. | 09.13.12

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