After a year and a half of failed negotiations with Harvard, one student group plays hardball.
Articles By: Gram Slattery
Gram Slattery '15, a Social Studies concentrator, is the Associate Managing Editor of the Harvard Political Review. He has previously served as a national desk intern at The Christian Science Monitor, covering politics, policy and justice, and as an intern at National Journal in Washington, writing for NJ Daily and 'The Hotline.' His work has been syndicated by Business Insider, Bookforum, and elsewhere, and been cited in several outlets including The Atlantic. He's an avid sailer, ice climber, and backcountry skier. You can follow him on Twitter at @G_Slattery, or contact him via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In 1998, Nelson Mandela received the third honorary degree ever awarded by Harvard outside of a commencement ceremony or a university anniversary. (The first two recipients being George Washington and Winston Churchill.) In his acceptance speech below, Mandela reflects with wit and humor on the role of intellectuals, and of Harvard in particular, in the democratization of developing nations. ... Read More
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