Snapshots

Aaron Marcus

Class of 2008

Spent my 1L summer on a fellowship working for a human rights and legal aid NGO in Nairobi. Made the paper, met the ambassador . . . Typical M-C stuff....

Aisha Saad

Class of 2009

It’s 3 a.m. We comb through thoughts and memories, pick through details and bits of course readings. We try to make sense of this messy world and our place in it. We’re hungry. “I have daal lentils!” offers Amanda, sticking...

Alan Murray

Class of 1977

When I was six, I started a neighborhood newspaper. I’d walk up and down the street, asking my neighbors about their dead pets or their vacations. I sold it for a nickel....

Aisha Saad

Class of 2009

Back now to Oxford and to a calendar rich with earnest conversations and incubated idealism. There is a clear desire to place ourselves within collective agendas, working to envision and to bring about sweeping and holistic changes. We’re now at...

Akhil Jariwala

Class of 2014

Bhangra is an upbeat, energetic dance from North India, and it allows me to express my cultural roots while fulfilling my psychological thirst for movement. Every run-through, I push myself to get my squats deeper, my back straighter, my legs...

Aisha Saad

Class of 2009

In the basement of the Radcliffe Sciences Library there are no windows and no clocks. Only shelves upon shelves of geography and public health and social theory. Fluorescent table lamps burn midnight at mid-day, and vending machines are stocked with...