JASON A. GANDELMAN

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Structural Violence

Last week’s tragedy is the latest example of a disturbing trend in which the private sector, and indeed private citizens, are left responsible for shoring up homes, schools, and businesses in the areas of the country hardest hit by natural disasters.

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Want a Fever with Your Flu?

Flu season marks not only a rise in temperatures but also a drop in rational thinking.

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Magic from a Man: Steve Jobs

Since his death, some have decided to deify Jobs for his long list of innovations and influences. This is not the reason, however, that he should be remembered.

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Magic from a Man: Steve Jobs

Since his death, some have decided to deify Jobs for his long list of innovations and influences. This is not the reason, however, that he should be remembered.

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Your Scrooge is Showing

“A Christmas Carol,” set in the time of the Industrial Revolution over 160 years ago, cautions against an obsession with money and work over true values like family and love. But, ironically, by surrounding ourselves with technology, we seem to have regressed back to those bleak times.

Harvard in the City

Harvard Fund Helps Community Housing

The new Doña Betsaida Gutiérrez Housing Cooperative that opened in Jamaica Plain on Saturday is the latest project made possible by the Harvard’s 20/20/2000 Housing Initiative.

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

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