Health care mobile apps have much unmet potential.
Articles By: Jenny Choi
Jenny Choi '16 is the Senior Campus Editor. She formerly served as the Multimedia Editor. Her primary interests lie in civic technology, government transparency, and gender in politics. She concentrates in social studies and is pursuing a secondary in economics. Follow her @jchoi94.
If you’ve been living under a rock (in terms of Asian-American issues, at least) for the past three days, check out the #NotYourAsianSidekick feed on Twitter. Twenty-three year-old freelance writer Suey Park started it (never imagining that it would blow up into a nationwide trend) with an aspiration to create a new feminism that embraces human beings across racial and cultural ... Read More
Sarah Siskind visits Professor Alan Dershowitz in his office to talk to him about his latest book, Taking the Stand: My Life in the Law.
The parties' divergent approaches to technology may reflect contrasting conceptions of privacy.
Joe Choe goes out to the Science Center to interview students about their opinions on the recent Clark-Mayopoulos victory in the Undergraduate Council presidential race and how relevant they think the UC is to student life.
Contributing Writer Joe Choe talks about his article, "The Case Against a Crimson Empire," and what the mainstream media narrative misses about American higher education's expansion into foreign countries.
Contributing Writer Samir Durrani talks about his article, "The Radical Redeemer," and what he hopes his readers will take away from it.
Covers Editor Matt Shuham discusses the HPR's Fall 2013 covers topic and articles to keep an eye out for.
Nancy Ko goes out to the Holyoke Center in Harvard Square to hear the voices represented at the rally held by Harvard's Student Labor Action Movement on behalf of the workers of the Cambridge DoubleTree hotel.
Avika Dua sits down with Karen Mills, the 23rd Administrator of the Small Business Administration and former member of President Obama's Cabinet, to talk about how small businesses drive the economy and being a woman in business.
Johanna Lee and Avika Dua talk with Cambridge voters about the candidates and the issues that are important to them, as well as how much of a voice they think students should have on local politics.
Osaremen Okolo sits down with Beth Myers to discuss the 2008 and 2012 presidential races, the electoral system, and plans for the future.
As long as we have decided to be here, we should take every moment and make every effort to embrace what it means to be human.
Clara McNulty-Finn juxtaposes the importance that students place on being environmentally conscious and how aware they are of the most current issues surrounding divestment.