Eleanor Parker

Eleanor Parker Is a concentrator In Organismic and Evolutionary Biology currently living In Eliot House. Her interdisciplinary academic program has Included advanced humanities studies along with the requirements of
her major. She has had a wide variety of work and research experiences Including as an Intern in the Harvard Lab
for Developmental Studies, as a research assistant to author David Michaelis, and as a ranch hand In Wyoming.
She is the Harvard Lampoon's Vice President and Head Writer and along with the President is half of the first
female top executive duo In the magazine's 138-year history, an achievement that won her appearances on the
Today show and NPR and an invitation to Vice President Biden's Women in Leadership luncheon. She has been a
member of the Radcliffe Varsity Heavyweight Crew team for four years, winning a first place and setting a
course record in the Women's Club Eights In the 2013 Head of the Charles Regatta. She will pursue an MPhil In
Modern and Contemporary English Studies as the Shirley Scholar at Pembroke College.