Eric Kester

Eric Kester is the author of the bestselling memoir That Book About Harvard. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Boston Globe, Bicycling Magazine, and Popular Mechanics, among others. He currently lives in New York City.

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Chord Curriculum
Winter 2016 Chord Curriculum

A musician-writer makes music to think by.

MVP: Most Valuable Physician
Fall 2016 MVP: Most Valuable Physician

For Yankees doctor Christopher Ahmad '90SEAS, getting better isn't just about healing.

The Little Class That Could
Fall 2016 The Little Class that Could

How do you write a children’s book?

Diamond Day
Summer 2016 Diamond Day

NCAA Ivy League baseball champs past and present meet on their home turf.

Spring 2016 Making Light of Death

At Columbia’s DeathLab, the search for a cleaner, smarter alternative to burial is a deeply serious matter.

Spring 2016 Pottery Slam

There’s almost no limit to the incentives that some recruiting colleges have dangled in front of prized high-school athletes.

Rock Star
Winter 2015-16 Rock Star

Sasha Digiulian, 22, is first woman to conquer Trail of Eiger’s "Murder Wall."

Fall 2015 Gridlocked

Tap into the mind of crossword-puzzle constructor Finn Vigeland ’14CC.

Crossover Dribble
Winter 2014-15 Crossover Dribble

An NBA star bounces to Columbia.

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