Steven Spielberg's new movie is another example of Hollywood mistreating issues of race and gender.
Articles By: Jenny Ye
Jenny Ye is a Staff Writer for the Harvard Political Review. She is a senior in Kirkland House studying Computer Science and Ethnic Studies. She is the president of the Institute of Politics.
The HPR presents a photo essay of the March 22 gathering in Harvard Square, which attracted hundreds.
As part of the 2011 Science & Democracy Lecture Series, NY Times columnist David Brooks delivered a lecture titled “Politics, the Brain, and Human Nature” at the Graduate School of Design on April 12, 2011. Panelists included HBS Professor Max H. Bazerman, HLS Professor David Kennedy, and Psychology Professor Steven Pinker. Brooks argues, as in his new book The Social ... Read More
Campaign finance reform is back in the news. For the first time since the January 2010 ruling of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, the Supreme Court is revisiting campaign finance in its evaluation of the constitutionality of the 1998 Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Act, which “provides subsidies to candidates for state offices who agree to take no business, union or ... Read More
Last week, one of my male friends told me that one of my female friends was “too intense for a boyfriend.” He clarified, “it’s not that she’s not pretty, I think many people find her attractive … I just don’t think there are boys that she’s attracted to.” As a woman at Harvard, I was disappointed but not shocked to ... Read More
Liveblogging House majority leader Eric Cantor's event at the Institute of Politics.
10 all-star professors from diverse fields come together at Sanders Theater for the second Harvard Thinks Big event, because as host Peter Davis ’12 puts it, “ideas and the pursuit of them .. are at the center of the Harvard experience”. Here are some of the best parts. 8:09 Lawrence Lessig, Professor of Law, takes the stage. He brings a ... Read More
Monday marked the second time I have stepped into Memorial Church. As an atheist, I’ve marveled at the beauty of the venue but have had little motivation to attend specific events. Piqued by the emails titled “From Guns to Pastries” and the mentions of one “Homeboy Industries,” I decided to sit in on Monday’s service in Celebration of The Life ... Read More