Robert A. Caro, a 1966 Nieman Fellow and an acclaimed biographer of Lyndon B. Johnson, described his decades-long journey of uncovering the former president’s life and political career in front of an audience of other Nieman Fellows as part of the Nieman Foundation’s 75th Anniversary Celebration.
Somewhere between laundry, classes, and mountains of reading, you still find time to watch "The Newsroom," "How I Met Your Mother," "Teen Mom," and "Game of Thrones." Ever wonder what your professor is doing besides assigning you as much reading as possible? Flyby has the scoop on your professor’s other life.
The news is important, we get it, but we can barely keep up with our Facebook and Insta accounts as is, let alone keep track of Harvard finances. For those us who are hearing the words "Capital Campaign" thown around for the first time these past few days, here's a quick and dirty guide to get you up to speed:
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