10 months ago
Harvard prospective students

Introducing Elias - Harvard 2017 Grad

Welcome to the Harvard prospective student community 🎉 This is a place for students hoping to learn more about Harvard and connect with other potential applicants.

@EliasMiller graduated from Harvard in 2017 and concentrated (majored) in music. He'll be available in this community to help y'all out!

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10 months ago

Question for Elias: What got you to major in music? What kinds of things did you do in high school to nurture your passion?

🎤10 months ago

Hey @McKellarr - great question! Could you post this as a new question in the Harvard community? This will help keep the community organized and get everyone responses quicker. Thanks!!

10 months ago[edited]

@McKellarr, I'll wait to answer this until it pops up in the general community page. In the meantime, I just want to invite you to a live-stream I'm doing tomorrow afternoon (3/24, 5PM EST) on this very topic! Feel free to pop in, and we can chat about why I decided to major in music and what the music program at Harvard was like directly.



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