The Curious Legal History of Grendel’s Den

In 1982, one bar in Cambridge made national legal history.

Malala Yousafzai: A Truly “Nobel” Laureate?

This October, Malala Yousafzai won the Nobel Peace Prize. She shared the award with Indian activist Kailash Satyarthi. At 17, Malala is the youngest ever Nobel laureate. Despite surviving an attack on her life and her ongoing activism, there are still those who question Malala’s merits.

On the Record: Ambassador Gideon Meir

Ambassador Meir served 45 years as an Israeli diplomat and most recently served as the Director General for Public Diplomacy at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem.

StreetTalk – Fast with Divest Harvard

The HPR’s Multimedia team attended the events of the weeklong Divest Harvard Fast, in which participants fasted for anywhere between one day and one week as a statement against Harvard’s investment in fossil fuel companies. Held from Oct. 20 – Oct. 24, the fast was organized by the Divest Harvard Campaign.

On the Record: Fall 2014 IOP Fellow Frank Fahrenkopf

Associate World Editor Rachael Hanna sits down with Fall 2014 IOP Fellow Frank Fahrenkopf to discuss his experience as former chairman of the Republican National Committee.

StreetTalk – Perspectives: Being Asian American at Harvard

Students from the Asian & Pacific Islander community share their experiences about being Asian American at Harvard.