Advertisement

Contributing writer

Sonia Kim

Latest Content

Harvard in the World

Harvard’s Office in Johannesburg Thriving in First Year

Harvard's office in Johannesburg, South Africa is up and running, hosting fellowships, roundtables, and research partnerships for Harvard affiliates in the region.

Harvard in the World

Center for Hellenic Studies Features Programs at Worldwide Week Panel

Faculty and students gathered at a panel event to discuss how their work with the Center for Hellenic Studies is helping to expand Harvard's presence in Greece.

Harvard International Office
Harvard in the World

Visa Service Suspension Threatens Turkish Scholars

After the U.S. and Turkish governments announced they would stop issuing most visitor visas, some are worried that Turkish scholars may be barred from coming to the country.

Academics

Steel Magnate Renames South Asia Institute with $25 Million Donation

Steel magnate Lakshmi N. Mittal and his family donated $25 million to establish an endowment at Harvard’s South Asia Institute, retitling the institute in his namesake.

IOP Inauguration Watch Party
College

Studying Abroad in the Age of Trump

Never the most popular in Europe, Americans have, in the last year, faced additional stigma in their travels abroad: Donald Trump is the president of their country.

College

In Annenberg, Sophomores Celebrate Concentration Declarations

Hundreds of sophomores gathered in Annenberg Hall Thursday to celebrate the passing of the College’s concentration declaration deadline.

Sachee and Khansarinia
College

Sachee and Khansarinia Plan on 'Piecing It All Together'

Yasmin Z. Sachee ’18 and her running mate Cameron K. Khansarinia ’18 embrace each other’s goofy habits, unique fashion tastes, eccentric personalities, and passions for understanding Harvard College’s complex administrative system.

Harvard Law School

Attorney Emphasizes Political Power of Art

An attorney cautioned Harvard Law School students Wednesday that legally defending artistic creation has become more urgent after the 2016 presidential election.

Disability and Race
Harvard Law School

Obama National Disability Council Appointee Discusses Self-Advocacy

Chester Finn, co-founder of the charity Community Empowerment Programs, talked about overcoming the judgments of others through self-advocacy at Harvard Law School on Friday.

Events

Journalist Presents App to Help Children With Autism Communicate

At the Graduate School of Education Thursday Pulitzer-winning journalist Ron Suskind discussed his experience raising his son, who has autism, and the creation of an app to help children with autism communicate.

Admiral Michael Rogers
IOP

Director of the NSA Discusses Future of International Cyber Security

NSA Director Michael S. Rogers discussed cyber security and political controversy surrounding the NSA at the John F. Kennedy, Jr. Forum Wednesday evening.

What Works: Designing Inclusive Organizations
IOP

Professor Offers Ways to Combat Gender Bias in the Workplace

Iris Bohnet, a professor at the Kennedy School of Government, spoke about ways to address gender inequality in the workplace.

Advertisement