Paul R. Katz


Annapolis On Campus

American political leaders have rightly painted today’s conference at Annapolis as the greatest hope for Middle East peace since 2000’s


Meteorology, Mercosur-Style

On the list of things I expected to gain a deeper understanding of in Buenos Aires this summer, American history


You: The Magazine

You are really special. You’re smart, you’re pretty, and you’ve got a killer fashion sense. Shouldn’t there be a magazine


Running a Tighter T

Lately, I’ve found myself having to explain that I don’t work for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA)—the public corporation


The Final Stretch

EDITOR’S NOTE The Annotations section is meant to convey a smattering of impressions, written by Crimson editors, on a certain


Clinton’s Shame

The dignity of television news was dealt a terrible blow this past Sunday when one of its most sterling outlets,


One Week Later

SMUG JUSTICE The “Opal Mehta” controversy has inspired tremendous outrage among many observers, most of whom have no connection to


No Consent to Notification

In abortion politics, as in any proper American home, father knows best. Unless, of course, he doesn’t know at all.


An Even Bigger Disappointment

There was a time––a recent time, mere weeks ago––when I would have thought myself to be mortal like the rest


An Invalid Contribution

Had the Harvard Salient contributed to public debate when it reprinted four of the 12 controversial cartoons originally published in


Stingy for the Summer

What are you doing next summer?” belongs in the pantheon of questions that Harvard students secretly cannot wait to be


A Big Disappointment

I came to Harvard to be surrounded by some of the world’s brightest young adults. Unfortunately, intellectual distinction is not


Have Pro-Choicers Aborted Ship?

If you’re a pharmacist on a power trip, might I recommend that you consider working at Rite Aid? As a


Cancer Center Gets Joint Grant

The Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCCC) and the University of Massachusetts, Boston, were jointly awarded a $4.3 million grant from the


Honoring Nations Awards 14 Tribal Initiatives

Over $80,000 was awarded last week to 14 Native American tribal initiatives by the Harvard-affiliated Honoring Nations awards program. The

Echelman string sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting the Town: Boston's Big Art


ISIL is Not the End of the World

Difficulty Defining

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

Reshuffling the Caseload

Unloading the Ad Board