Major League Baseball officials should strongly consider a reasonable and limited expansion of instant replay.
Articles By: Thomas Gaudett
Thomas Gaudett '14 is the Staff Director and former Campus Editor of the Harvard Political Review.
Almost 200 Harvard students entered the HPR's election prediction contest, and predicted a 290 to 248 victory for President Obama.
Six HPR writers analyze Mitt Romney's recent choice of Paul Ryan as his running mate.
With the Ryan plan in the national spotlight, the battle for American hearts and minds is on.
It's clear that Ryan represents Romney's understanding that his campaign needs to change.
Obesity is preventing America from reaching its economic potential.
The Federal Government seeks the five votes necessary to uphold the Affordable Care Act.
At Harvard Thinks Big 3, 8 professors share their innovative ideas to help the world and inspire students to "Think Big."
As China Announces Bold New Plans for its Space Program, the United States Considers the Possible Militarism of the Space Race
Is the often used phrase a political slogan or a principled doctrine?
Breaking down the budget debate: the good, the bad, and the impracticable