In our 2019 edition, check out ten of our newest Harvard application essays and profiles from students who made it in.
In my opinion, playing video games doesn't help you to keep fit.
On days when I don’t know who I am, I feel a little bit better knowing that I’m at least sure of how I want others to see me. Unlike musicians, who manipulate instruments, or sculptors, who manipulate clay, fashion designers manipulate something that happens to be a basic necessity: clothing.
Clothing as I describe it here is different from Fashion, the fancy clothes that make up a billion-dollar, global industry. You can’t deny the irony in a $1,400 coat worn by some Harvard students when over 1,500 families spend cold nights on the streets of Boston—the same amount of money could go a long way in procuring housing for those families.
“Don’t you feel guilty about liking fashion, because it’s so superficial?
”Recently, someone asked me to justify my love of clothes, and I felt like the wind was knocked out of me.
Maybe it doesn't help anyone keeps fit, because I don't think it related to each other.
You play video games and just use your hand, but keep fit is for all body.
Your hand and your waist are related to each other?
These days, many young people have got many options to do through online videogames.