Making our voices heard should not resort to whining or trying to shame our University into listening. Let's start a dialogue.
Let us not hold our education hostage to our desire to be eternally liberal.
We should consider Bloomberg's speech as an opportunity to prompt a valuable discussion among graduation attendees and the Harvard community.
We should focus less on who’s speaking and more on what’s being said.
We must seek to understand the environment surrounding Bloomberg's election and tenure, as well as the man beyond the twelve years he served as mayor.
Challenges for Christian minorities in Egypt.
The fight over the Nile affects the military's legitimacy.
The dynamics and divisions of Egypt's religious movements.
The Egyptian military and the forces that brought down Muhammad Morsi.
How the military's shrewd maneuvering ousted Egypt's dictator.
Let's consider what this donation can do for our international students.
Those who get into Harvard have other options. Others don't.
Investing in Harvard has the butterfly effect of investing in the future.
Our reactions to the Griffin gift is a litmus test for how we feel about Harvard.