By Sam Finegold
As admission to Harvard has become increasingly competitive, it has become hard to justify continued use of the letter grading system.
How two diverse groups are coming together to shape campus politics
From the Magazine
Sunshik Min: “Educating Younger Learners – An Analysis of Korean, American, and Japanese Priorities”
The HPR delves into institutional differences in education between the United States and South Korea with President of YBM, Sunshik Min.
The barriers to bring lessons learned back home are simply too high.
We're surrounded by outposts of bohemia, but without our patronage, they'll disappear.
Voters should be concerned by the lack of integrity Logan Leslie has displayed in his campaign.
Being a student should not bar students running for local office.
Divestment is an expensive and irrational strategy to address climate change.
Divesters are succeeding in spite of Faust's refusal.
Why the university’s efforts to move across the Charles must be reconsidered.
Bill McKibben's persuasiveness, boldness, and age helped him appeal to his audience in Sanders Theater.
An alumni protest is one of several events this week pressuring Harvard to divest from fossil fuel related funds.
Reactions from the Insomnia Cookies Protest
AOL and New York Times leaders agree tech is enabling, not destroying, media.
Ten HPR writers discuss their experiences this summer interning, traveling, politicking, going home, and more!