Crimson staff writer
Henry A. Shull
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.
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.
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.
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.