Crimson staff writer
Graham R. Weber
Steve Levitsky Portrait
Steven Levitsky is a Harvard professor of Government and Latin American Studies who serves as the director of the David Rockefeller Center of Latin American Studies. He co-authored “How Democracies Die” with fellow Harvard Government professor Daniel Ziblatt.
I understand a little better now that it is just a relic of my outdated notion that I can beat my anxiety by sheer force of will.
Vyvanse Magic Pill
Vyvanse is a miracle. It makes my mind sticky, providing an incredible opportunity: to focus.
The Magic Pill Club
The phenomenon of using psychiatric drugs remains largely unscrutinized, so we set out to document and better understand this aspect of living with mental illness. The perseverance of students and spirit of psychiatrists — often forced to confront the blank face of uncertainty — wove together into a tapestry of resilience, one at once tattered and perfect, inspiring and incomplete.
The Fires Underneath Pforzheimer House
We set out to uncover and understand the system that keeps Harvard running — from heating and cooling to electricity. A deeply complex system emerged — one at once modern and old-fashioned — and one that will have to change as climate change accelerates.
Benjamin Bolger Has No Post-Graduation Plans
“Other people might read a magazine article in The Economist,” Bolger says. “Maybe I'll do a master’s degree instead on the topic.”