Henry A. Shull

Harvard Kennedy School

In Simulation, Kennedy Students Face Tough Choices

Twenty Kennedy School students participated in an international crisis simulation Saturday morning, and were faced with the question of bombing Iran. Throughout the two-hour simulation, students received updates in letters, briefings, and video clips, and even participated in a simulated videoconference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Op-Eds

Service and Industry

Corporate social responsibility initiatives may be part of the fights for education reform, women’s rights, and an end to political corruption, but I doubt they will be sufficient.

College

Harvard To Increase Wintersession Programs

As Harvard College prepares for its second-ever Wintersession, offices from across the University have increased programming in the works, and the Undergraduate Council plans to streamline its funding processes for student groups.

Student Groups

Students Screen Original Documentaries

From breastfeeding to undocumented workers, Harvard students tackled a wide range of subjects in five short documentary films showcased at Doc Festival 2012, the inaugural film festival hosted by the Harvard Law Documentary Studio.

Speaking Out
Politics

Harvard Libertarian Forum Builds Free Speech Wall

As a part of the internationally-recognized Free Speech Week, the Harvard Libertarian Forum has built and maintained a free speech wall in front of the Science Center for this week.

Health Care in USA
Health

Former ABC News Editor Warns of Health Care Crisis

America is heading towards a health care crisis, Timothy Johnson, author of “The Truth about Getting Sick in America,” said in a lecture at the Science Center on Saturday afternoon.

Psychology

Smartphone Application May Ease Anxiety

A recent study by Harvard psychologists found that a smart phone application could reduce anxiety for people suffering from social anxiety disorder and generalized anxiety.

Men's Basketball

Exploring Albuquerque: Five Fun Activities

Though the Harvard Crimson may be the main attraction in Albuquerque this week, the town has plenty of sights to keep you busy when you're not at a basketball game. Albuquerque is a place heavily influenced by Hispanic and Native American cultures, with a fusion of food, art, architecture, and music that can be hard to find in the Northeast. Below are Flyby's top five tourist stops.

Lowell

Maurice M. Pechet Remembered as Pre-Med Mentor and Lowell Enthusiast

A celebrated doctor and chemist, Pechet was once considered for a Nobel Prize for his research. Family and friends remembered Pechet for his meaningful influence far beyond the laboratory or the clinic.

Men's Basketball

Getting to the Game

Harvard Basketball has made it to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1946. For those of you who just can't miss the opportunity to see the Crimson play in person, Flyby is here to provide you with travel plans.

Student Groups

First Woman Tapped To Head PBHA

Maria J. Dominguez Gray will serve as the first female executive director of the Phillips Brooks House Association, PBHA leaders announced on Wednesday.

On Campus

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Riz Khan, host of the “Riz Khan Show” and “One on One” at Al-Jazeera English, discusses what makes news today, and why the Pakistan crisis has not been widely reported on at the Barker Center on Friday.

Halloween in the Square
Harvard in the City

Today in Photos (11/01/10)

On Campus

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Spencer J. Home ’14 struggles against an attack in the production “The Spanish Tragedy.”

College

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Spencer J. Home ’14 struggles against an attack in the production “The Spanish Tragedy.”

Adventures in Separation and Spain
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Adventures in Separation and Spain

Dare to Dye
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Dare to Dye

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Dos Besos

A World Cup Malcontent
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A World Cup Malcontent