As the business manager of a print publication, I can’t help but jump into a discussion about the issues raised in Jeffrey Kalmus’s article in the most recent issue of the HPR about the decision by the New York Times to charge for online content. Two experiences last week stirred my thinking about the economics […]
Don’t be fooled by Darfur’s disappearance from the front pages
My fellow Americans… check out the HPR’s interactive Obama mad libs.
Enjoy interactive Biden and Gibbs Mad Libs
In this issue, the HPR has stepped outside its comfort zone by choosing a Covers topic on a region which often gets short shrift in political circles around Harvard and the Institute of Politics. Africa might not seem as current as health care reform, and it might not seem as sexy as drug politics or […]
The EU’s Islamic Identity Crisis