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Harvard was established on paper in 1636, but what prompted efforts to actually create the College was religious leader Anne Hutchinson’s trial. Hutchinson was tried, convicted, and banished for her unorthodox stance on the road...
This is the campus we love, but we do not always feel safe here. As we walk through campus, past familiar buildings, along oft-walked paths, Professor Jorge Dominguez’ callous words echo through our minds –...
David Miliband is President of the International Rescue Committee (IRC). He leads the agency’s humanitarian relief programs in more than 40 countries and refugee resettlement assistance in 28 U.S. cities. Prior to leading the IRC,...
Ann Kalayil is the Co-Founder, President, and Board Chair of the South Asian American Policy and Research Institute (SAAPRI) and was appointed by President Barack Obama as a Regional Administrator of the General Services Administration....
Somehow, in the middle of the day, on our way to the Peabody Museum, we got lost. We travelled amidst a sea of indistinguishable red brick buildings, adorned with familiar names (Lowell, Agassiz, Bauer), and...
When Facebook began as an online directory for Harvard students in 2004, no one—not even founder Mark Zuckerberg—anticipated its use beyond forging college connections. Facebook, wrote Zuckerberg, was intended to help college students “understand what...
Jason Chaffetz served as the U.S. Representative for Utah’s 3rd Congressional District from 2009 to June 2017. From 2015 to 2017, he chaired the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. Harvard Political Review:...
On an August afternoon in the summer of 1996, Massachusetts Governor William Weld made a surprise dive into the Charles River, moments after he signed the Rivers Protection Act into law. The act was created...
Marco Polo’s visit to the court of Kublai Khan irrevocably changed the way the Venetian merchant perceived the world. While residing in the court of the Khan, Polo likely learned that the name of the...
In 2010, low voter turnout among young people, minorities, Democrats, and independents led to massive Republican victories. The GOP gained six Senate seats, took control of the House, and won 20 state legislative chambers formerly...

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