Past projects

Upperclass students in Harvard Yard on Housing Day.
Where Do Harvard Students Want to Live?

A data-driven analysis of the housing preferences of the Class of 2021.

The three pairs of candidates debated this past Sunday in Harvard Hall. [Photo: Neel Mehta]
The Data Is In: Here’s Who Will Win the UC Presidential Election

A data-driven prediction of Harvard’s 2017 contest for student body president.

A debate from the 2016 Undergraduate Council elections. (Photo credit: Aridenne A. Dews for the Harvard Crimson)
Here’s What Successful UC Presidential Candidates Had in Common

Trends from past UC Presidential elections, and what we can tell about this year’s contest… before campaigning even starts!

Yasmin Sachee (right) and Cameron Khansarinia won last year’s UC Presidential election, in line with HODP’s predictions.
4 Keys to Winning the UC Presidential Election

A data-driven reflection on what worked — and what didn’t — in the 2016 Undergraduate Council campaign.

Professor Paul Doty lectures in Harvard’s Conant Laboratory in the 1960s. Courtesy of Harvard Library.
Gender Disparity in Harvard Faculty

Using data to unearth the pervasive gender imbalance within Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

When your club event gets funding for all 25, 000 participants!
Gaming the Harvard UC Grant System

And they say arbitrage doesn’t exist in the real world

From Ec to Tech: How Harvard students are changing concentrations

And what this means for Harvard’s liberal arts education.

The exterior of Quincy Stone Hall. (Photo and caption credit: Gladys Kisela for the Harvard Crimson)
Literally Nobody Voted in the Quincy Midterm Elections

And more on the shockingly low turnout in the UC midterm elections.


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COVID-19 Dashboard
COVID-19 Dashboard

Kevin, our tech director, built an interactive dashboard to visualize the spread of COVID-19.

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