Return to Harlem: The Modern Black Renaissance

Instead of working to codify the “New Negro,” contemporary artists of the New Harlem Renaissance are highlighting the pluralism of black identity.

Hadley DeBello | May 7, 2017

HPRgument: French Presidential Election

The final outcome of the French presidential election have huge ramifications for not only France, but the whole of the European Union.

Catherine Zheng and Sunaina Danziger | May 6, 2017

“Safe Space”: The Harvard Political Union and the 2016 Election

As a nonpartisan debate group with a tight-knit community of members, the HPU facilitated cordial political discussions, looking beyond the current political context to substantive policy analysis.

Laura Nicolae | May 5, 2017

The Changing Face of Hate

The 2016 election raised many questions about hate in America. To answer them, our country needs a more accurate way of documenting hate crimes.

Chimaoge Ibe | April 29, 2017

HPRgument: HPOP Spring 2017 Poll

HPR writers analyze data from the Harvard Public Opinion Project about the political attitudes and beliefs of young Americans.

Christopher Cruz, Jeff Metzger, Matthew Shaw and Tess Saperstein | April 25, 2017

Paddy’s Pub Gets Political

By prioritizing humor over politics, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" tackles complex political issues in an easily palatable format.

Nicolas Yan | April 22, 2017