Linda Lee

Thrive Global Campus Editor-at-Large from Harvard University

Linda Lee is a sophomore at Harvard College studying Neuroscience with a minor in Computer Science, though her roots lie in the sunny suburbs of Valencia, CA. She writes for the blog of the Harvard Crimson, and she is also the President of Narravitas, a medical narrative journal on campus. Outside of work, Linda enjoys dancing with the Asian American Dance Troupe on campus, taking aesthetic food photography, binging Korean dramas, and blogging.
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Harvard Time Runs on Loneliness

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As the clock ticks down to midnight, enter the new year with a mindset geared toward change and progress. Courtesy of Dawid Zawiła/Unsplash
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How to Succeed With Your New Years Resolutions

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Mental Health in the Job Application

by Linda Lee
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The Harvard Olympics

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