Daniel A. Handlin

Op-Eds

An Oasis of Freedom

The U.S. must realize that it cannot distance itself from its allies in order to appease its enemies.

Editorials

Elegy for the Future

Yielding the lead in space exploration to other nations doesn’t just look bad on television—it also has serious long-term repercussions for the nation.

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Nuclear Nightmares

Through all the current optimism about negotiations and rapprochement with Iran, we cannot lose sight of one basic fact: Allowing

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Planning for Defeat

If you want to know how to defeat the American military, you should ask the Pentagon. On April 6, Defense

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Police Log

March 5 10:08 a.m.—Harvard University Police Department officers investigated a report of a vehicle on fire at the Science Center.

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Harvard Alumnus Thrives on Boston City Council

As a city councilor, you may often find yourself acting as a salesman—whether that is selling yourself to your electorate

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Using DNA To Unlock History’s Secrets

What do an astrophysicist, oceanic chemist, archaeologist, literary historian, and a paleobotanist have in common? According to Professor of Medieval

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HBS Prof’s Site Maps Pollution

Is that company down the road emitting thousands of pounds of formaldehyde? A Harvard Business School professor and his colleagues

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Cosmic Shrapnel Holds History

At the edge of the universe, two stars the size of Earth, made of million-degree diamond and oxygen, smash together

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Astronomers Find Black Holes

Two teams of Harvard astronomers have announced the discovery of two enormous extragalactic black holes in as many weeks—and conventional

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Editor Talks China at IOP

The former China bureau chief for the Financial Times said last night that although China is increasing its international political

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Top Law Professor Leaves for Brown

Hudson Professor of Law David W. Kennedy, one of Harvard’s top scholars on international law and human rights, will leave

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Senegalese President Stresses African Unity

CORRECTION APPENDED Senegalese President Abdoulaye Wade, whose election in 2000 ended 40 years of single-party rule, stressed the importance of

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Companies Compete Over Facebook

If time is money, students spend more on Facebook.com than on their education. So it’s no surprise that Microsoft is

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Visual Arts

Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Visual Arts

Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale
Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven

Books
Academics

Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out