2001-2002 Ledecky Fellows
Photograph by Stu Rosner
The students who will serve as Harvard Magazine's 2001-2002 Berta Greenwald Ledecky Undergraduate Fellows--both juniors and residents of Leverett House--kept in writing trim during the summer. Arianne Cohen, of Delmar, New York, stayed in Cambridge to serve as associate editor of the new Unofficial Guide to Getting Into College and, on a Harvard public-service fellowship, worked for a nonprofit health clinic on wheels serving Boston families. A government concentrator who is also pursuing studies in public health, Arianne is a member of the women's water polo team and revealed in a column for the Crimson that she indulges in noncompetitive knitting. Eugenia Levenson, who answers to the nickname "Jane," interned at Chicago magazine, near her home in suburban Oak Park. She also worked at Northwestern University Press and wrote for Chicago Parent Magazine.A Crimson news editor, she is concentrating in American history and literature--when she is not busy commuting to New York to see friends.
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