Harvard Magazine March-April 2024 Scavenger Hunt

March-April 2024 Print Issue Scavenger Hunt

Harvard Magazine March-April cover with a magnifying glass and a map

Welcome to the March-April 2024 issue scavenger hunt! All clues can be solved with a copy of Harvard Magazine (and a cup of coffee or tea). For those without a print magazine who wish to partake, the online version of our latest issue can be used to solve most questions. For those questions that require page numbers, the question will be disregarded when tabulating your final score. Use the form in Question 2 to indicate if you're solving the quiz based on the issue online and do not have a physical copy (if you do have the print magazine, this question must be answered).

This scavenger hunt will be open from March 1st-March 22nd. Winners will be announced on the final day.


Prize Information

The questions in this quiz are weighted. Three lucky solvers who score above 70% will be entered to win a prize! 

1st place: Harvard Magazine mug

2nd place: Harvard Magazine tote bag

3rd place: Harvard Magazine silicon phone case card holder

Rules

—Complete the scavenger hunt

—Sign up for our This Week newsletter

—Email yourturn@harvard.edu with your score

Full giveaway rules and eligibility information can be found here. Winners will be contacted for their shipping address.


Happy solving!

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Clues

1. Find the Vita.

2. On the air and on the ground

3. When you move to a new country or place of residence, you're _________...

4. Higher education won't be the same. How will AI change the game?

5. An artificial bamboo forest within an art festival

6. In Washington, DC, D____rton __ks is a historic estate turned research institute.

7. Authors with a Harvard degree...

8. From Harvard to the big leagues

9. When you finish reading a book you close it, but here at Harvard Magazine we believe some should be left open...

10. A kiwi at his elbow—but not to include

 

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