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What's the Scoop? Students Chat About Academics

Students talk about the summer study experience in this video.

3/18/2020 | Academics | 3 minute read

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Students share their intellectual interests and talk about the academic experience at Harvard Summer School while enjoying their favorite ice cream flavor.

 

Meet the students

Selina

From Kenya, Selina aspires to be an ambassador or legal representative for her country. She’s studying legal writing and decision making. Favorite flavor: vanilla.

Zachary

A college student from Florida, Zachary is studying government and public speaking. Favorite flavor: vanilla.

Morgan

Haling from New York state, Morgan is a Secondary School Program student interested in the intersection of music and neurology. Favorite flavor: cookie dough.

Paul

Paul is from New York City and also a Secondary School Program student. He is studying the classics and Shakespeare. Favorite flavor: mocha almond.

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