The Harvard Man, Redefined
The Harvard Financial Aid Initiative has made it easier for students from families of modest means to attend...
The Harvard Financial Aid Initiative -- which waives parental contributions for families with annual income of $60,000 or less -- has made it easier for students from families of modest means to attend, but those students face a host of challenges in adjusting to life at Harvard.
By focusing on the story of one student, reporter Lois E. Beckett '09 explores the issue in this three-part series from the Harvard Crimson.
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