Discouraging teleworking is bad for employees and productivity.
Articles By: Paul Schied
Paul Schied '13 is a former Online Editor of the HPR.
The Harvard Crimson‘s magazine, FM, published a fascinating article, “Can Harvard Women Have It All?,” applying the question posed by Ann-Marie Slaughter in her 2012 Atlantic article to Harvard Women specifically. Both Slaughter’s veritable tome and FM‘s piece deserve to be read in full. Below are a few things I found interesting about the Crimson article. Most are gut-level reactions and ... Read More
The sky over Cambridge is grayer these past few months. It has been a difficult semester for Harvard. We lost two students—one to an accident and the other to suicide. The former was a prodigious and ambitious young scientist set on shaking up the world for the better, the latter a kind and poetic soul that lit up rooms with ... Read More
Jim Lehrer, the Ed Hochuli of presidential debate moderators, will share the stage with Obama and Romney on Wednesday.
A cartoon with no apparent racial undertones has the analyst peeved.
Seven HPR writers discuss and critique Anne-Marie Slaughter's article, "Why Women Still Can't Have It All"
How the new generation can create equal opportunities for both genders.
Chris Hayes was right about one thing—how we use the word matters.
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus wasn't blaming the President for being black.
Lobbying that players be forced to wait until age 20 to join the league ignores important issues in favor of the bottom line.
I know people point to changes in real disposable income as a predictor of presidential elections, but what about real three point percentage? Remember the days when the President would step up and knock down a trey like it was nothing? A recent video from Politico shows the 2-guard-in-chief throwing up bricks at an event with the Harlem Globetrotters (who ... Read More
I wrote a couple months ago about how the NFL’s hesitance to release its All-22 footage betrayed the league’s keen awareness of the marketing problems that football’s extreme violence could cause it. Bill Simmons over at Highbrow-Sports-wannabe Grantland penned an incisive send up of the hypocrisy that the recent bounty scandal demonstrates. Simmons eviscerates Commissioner Goodell, and takes the league ... Read More