Harvard’s homeschooled students say growing up outside of a traditional school system was an opportunity for them to be flexible and self-driven.
“The fear that is present in this poll could fuel the upending of the Washington establishment as we know it,” said John Della Volpe, director of polling at Harvard University’s Institute of Politics.
The College Democrats gathered at the Massachusetts State House Tuesday to press for the passage of five bills advocating for a wide range of issues as part of their biannual Lobby Day.
Some students—pointing to Harvard’s 14-21 loss to Yale at last year’s game—said they are not sufficiently interested in football to make the trip to Yale.
Several administrator said concentrations are not looking to attract more students, but rather to help students find their desired path of study.
For Josh Burgin, a real estate consultant, traffic should be the focus of the upcoming Cambridge City Council election.
Sheets dyed with fake blood hang from fishing wire divide the room, cobweb-covered exam practice books sit on a desk, and spooky sound effects play in the background.
Stan A. Veuger, an economic analyst from the American Enterprise Institute, spoke about congressional deadlock and the Trump administration’s legislative agenda at the CGIS Knafel building Friday.
"Humor is one of the best ways to make light of a damp situation,” Jordan Klepper, a comedian and host of Comedy Central’s "The Opposition," said.
Pete Souza, the official photographer of the the Reagan and Obama administrations, discussed his new book and shared some of the iconic images of his time at the White House at the Institute of Politics Wednesday.