Sam Finegold presents some simple solutions to fix Harvard's Q Guide.
Articles By: Sam Finegold
Sam Finegold '15 is the Associate Campus Editor and former Design Editor of the Harvard Political Review.
The HPR sits down with President of the National Resource Defense Council Frances Beinecke to discuss US climate and energy policy.
Stanford has adopted a flipped classroom model for some courses. Should Harvard follow suit?
Academics are carving out new roles as superstar professors as they reach hundreds of thousands with online courses.
While edX is the mark of a new frontier in Harvard education, Harvard students and graduates stand to benefit greatly.
Seventeen HPR writers discuss their experiences this summer interning, traveling, politicking, going home, and more.
As an intern at the Center for American Progress Action Fund, I was delegated to research Romney’s stance on science. Though “science” is a very broad term, Romney has said relatively little on the topic. On the campaign trail he has flip flopped his position on stem cells, laughed at Gingrich’s space plan, and failed to supply a clear “mission” ... Read More
3D printing is going to revolutionize online shopping. Amazon CEO and founder Jeff Bezos realizes that and probably envisions Amazon orchestrating the revolution. As a testament to how seriously Bezos takes 3D printing, Bezos, along with two other venture capital groups, helped MakerBot, a seller of consumer 3D printers and the accompanying necessary materials, raise $10 million. 3D printing operates ... Read More
Global warming is already harming real people. Yet many still deny it exists.
What e-readers have to offer to the reading experience
A budding partnership between Harvard University and India has immense potential.