Hometown & Country
Rivière-du-Loup, Québec, Canada
Computer Science & Neuroscience
Harvard Undergraduate Badminton Club President, Woodbridge International Society Alumni Chair, Harvard College Wine Society, Computer Science, Peer Concentration Advisor, Harvard Kairos Executive, Sense&Sustainability Podcast Fellow, Teaching Fellow (CS, Applied Math)
Favorite place in Harvard Square
Bank of the Charles River
What can FIPpers talk to you about?
Anything! I love talking about music, philosophy, entrepreneurship and transhumanism, but I especially love talking about things I know nothing about and learning a ton!
Why should a freshman choose FIP?
You will build a community of friends that will follow you forever and have the time of your life! My closest friends and most of my roommates are friends I made from FIP.
Philippe is a Canadian from the frozen land of Québec. He lived most of his life in Rivière-du-Loup, a small French town in the eastern part of the province. Philippe is a rising senior living in the iconic Leverett House. He studies Computer Science & Neuroscience, along with a secondary in Economics and a citation in Spanish. When Philippe is not studying, you can likely find him playing badminton with the Harvard Badminton Club, playing guitar or running by the Charles. Philippe is involved in many organizations on campus related to entrepreneurship and is the Alumni Chair of the Woodbridge International Society. He loves traveling, languages, concerts and philosophical conversations. This summer, Philippe will be interning for Microsoft in Seattle, working as a product manager within their Cloud & AI division, which he is incredibly thrilled about.