Around Harvard square / by C. J. Farley.
- Brooklyn, NY : Black Sheep an imprint of Akashic Books,  , ©2019
288 pages ; 23 cm
- Harvard University -- Students -- Fiction.
African American students -- Fiction.
College students -- United States -- Fiction.
African Americans -- History -- 20th century -- Fiction.
College student newspapers and periodicals -- Massachusetts -- Fiction.
Secrecy -- Fiction.
Massachusetts -- Fiction.
- "It’s the nineties, and Tosh Livingston, straight-A student and superstar athlete, is living the dream—he’s made it out of upstate New York and into the incoming freshman class at Harvard University. But after an accident blows up his basketball-playing hopes, he discovers a new purpose in life—to win the frenzied competition for a spot on the staff of the Harvard Harpoon, the school’s legendary humor magazine.Along with Lao, his pot-smoking roommate from China, their friend Meera, a passive-aggressive science major from India, and Zippa, a Jamaican student-activist with a flair for cartooning, Tosh finds that becoming a member of the Harpoon is weirder and more dangerous than anyone could have imagined. Success requires pushing themselves to their limits and unearthing long-buried secrets that will rock their school and change all of their lives forever."--Publisher.
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