Bede A. Moore


Drunken Displays, Media Moguls

SYDNEY, Australia—If you had to pick, shenanigans and shambles are pretty good words to describe the Australian media of late.


The Luxury of Distance

If you’re a member of the news-reading community, it’s a safe bet you’ve come to realize the full horror of


Turn on, Tune in, Forever

If macabre interest hasn’t yet drawn you to watch the video of UCLA student Mostafa Tabatabainejad being repeatedly Tasered


Saudi Succession, Media Nil

Whatever else it is, “successful” is not the word to describe the Bush Administration’s stated policy to spread freedom and


So Farewell Then, Constitution

Last week, President George W. Bush finally signed the Military Commissions Act into law. With the media’s attention largely fixed


The Empire Strikes Back

A free press is foundational to a vibrant democracy. Each day, citizens read the media’s exposition of injustice and are


Tarred with the Same Brush

It goes without saying that world leaders must be held accountable for their contraventions of international law. Any leader with


Advance Australia Fair?

Conjure an image of Australia in your mind, and you’re likely envision bouncing kangaroos and jovial tank-topped men throwing “another


Torturing Justice

More than fours years have passed since Sept. 11, but the debate over civil liberties still lingers. From the White


The Global Avian Threat

In recent months two significant events in U.S. history have served to highlight the current government’s failure and incapacity to


Why the Left Needs the Right

John Howard recently regained control of the Australian parliament with his successful election to a fourth term as prime minister


Drink Up Your Punch

And so, as leaves begin to brown, as seersucker makes way for camel-hair, and as cosmopolitan cocktails convert to classic


Relaxation or Résumé

If you’ve ever worried about your future after Harvard then, chances are, you’re pretty anxious about your prospects—or lack thereof—for


The Little Guy in Australia

On March 23, Australian opposition leader Mark Latham made a vital announcement to the public, declaring that, if elected, he


Trumping Gender Inequality

Settle back into that comfy futon or bizarre Harvard-issue desk chair on any given night and you’ll be confronted with

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Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven


Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out