Crimson staff writer
Zoe A. Y. Weinberg
The Crimson conducted a survey of the Class of 2013 from May 11 to May 21. Nearly half of the senior class—780 respondents—answered questions on topics ranging from drug use to House satisfaction to post-graduation plans. We assume the sample is a random selection and therefore discount any selection bias. The results paint a picture of the class that graduates this week.
Harvard University’s directly held U.S.-traded securities decreased in value from $1.2 billion to $921 million in the last quarter, one of the largest drops in recent history.