This is a simple tool that helps teachers and professors streamline the paper-grading process. Student submit their assignments online, all the paper mark up is done via a clean online interface, and all graded papers can be returned with one click.
I built this for Harvard's introductory deductive logic class. It's a place where logicians can solve logic problems using an interactive interface. Teachers can create these problem sets online and do normal course management tasks using the platform as well.
This is a website I originally built as a final project for CS50. I developed it further at Hack Harvard over the Januray 2011 break. On Topic @ Harvard is a place where Harvard students can quickly and easily log votes and make comments on topics that are interesting and meaningful.
I made this for my friends at the Harvard Review of Philosophy. They use it to post their articles, announce events, and provide basic information abou their organization.
While at Harvard, I was lucky to have had some pretty incredible travels experiences. I spent the summer of 2010 traveling around Nepal and India and I spent the summer of 2009 touring the world with my a Capella group, The Harvard Krokodiloes. While I traveled, I used this blog to record and reflect upon my experiences.