• STRONG and Beautiful
  • One Year Later: The Boston Marathon
  • The Diversity Report’s “We Are Here” Demonstration
  • Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition Shame Tour
  • Immigration Panel: Battles Won and the Fight Ahead
  • India’s General Election 2014
 

Recent Media

  • STRONG and Beautiful

    This photo essay is an addition to the article “Exercise in Body Image,” which discusses the Harvard rugby team’s promotion of positive self-body image.

  • One Year Later: The Boston Marathon

      Selina Wang goes out to the Boston Marathon to interview participants as they “take back the finish line” one year after the tragic bombing. You can access additional content by subscribing to our YouTube channel and visiting our iTunes page. Interview, Filming and Editing by Selina Wang

  • The Diversity Report’s “We Are Here” Demonstration

    The Diversity Report proposes to work with the school administration to address critical issues surrounding on-campus race relations.

  •  
  • Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition Shame Tour

      Responsible Investment at Harvard was launched in the spring of 2013 to hold Harvard accountable for the ethical practices of companies it invests in using its endowment. In particular, RI@H would like to work with those affected by Harvard’s timber plantations in Argentina. In April, the Responsible Investment at Harvard Coalition brought two organizers from Corrientes, Argentina to Harvard … Read More

  • Immigration Panel: Battles Won and the Fight Ahead

      On April 30, Act on a Dream, in conjunction with many groups on campus such as IOP’s Citizenship Tutoring and Korean Student Association, held a panel on immigration reform titled “Battles Won and the Fight Ahead.” It featured four experts on the immigration reform movement (in order of appearance): Lizbeth Hernandez – Director of Act on a Dream Sofia … Read More

  • India’s General Election 2014

      India, the world’s largest democracy, is currently gripped by election fever. Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are set to win big, as popularity for the current governing party, the Indian National Congress (INC), is in steep decline. Yet, in the complex Indian political landscape, nothing is so simple. We will not know the election results until May … Read More

  •  
  • StreetTalk – Women’s Week 2014 Femme Fest

      Selina Wang attends the Women’s Week 2014 kick-off event “Femme Fest” at Ticknor Lounge to find out what students think is the significance of Women’s Week. You can access additional content by subscribing to our YouTube channel and visiting our iTunes page. Filming by Johanna Lee Editing by Joe Choe and Selina Wang Music by Dylan Perese

  • On the Record: Spring 2014 IOP Fellow Shira Center

      Nicholas Bonstow sits down with Spring 2014 IOP Fellow Shira Center, who is the Politics Editors for Roll Call, to discuss the intersection of gender, politics and the media. You can access additional content by subscribing to our YouTube channel and visiting our iTunes page. Interview by Nicholas Bonstow Filming and Editing by Johanna Lee Music by Dylan Perese

  • On the Record: Spring 2014 IOP Fellow Bob White

      Osaremen Okolo interviews Spring 2014 IOP Fellow Bob White, the founding partner of Bain Capital and political wingman of Mitt Romney, to discuss his personal career and involvement in supporting Romney’s political campaigns. Bob White’s IOP study group, called “The ‘Wingman’ in the War Room: A Private Sector Perspective on Presidential Politics” takes place on Tuesdays at 4pm in … Read More

  •  
  • StreetTalk – The Importance of Music Education

      Rachael Hanna interviews students in front of the Science Center about their high schools’ support of music education. This StreetTalk is related to the HPR’s Spring 2014 Covers topic, the politics of music. You can access additional content by subscribing to our YouTube channel and visiting our iTunes page. Interview by Rachael Hanna Filming and Editing by Johanna Lee Music by Dylan … Read More

  • Alan Dershowitz – Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law at Harvard Law School

    Sarah Siskind visits Professor Alan Dershowitz in his office to talk to him about his latest book, Taking the Stand: My Life in the Law.

  • StreetTalk – How Relevant is the UC?

    Joe Choe goes out to the Science Center to interview students about their opinions on the recent Clark-Mayopoulos victory in the Undergraduate Council presidential race and how relevant they think the UC is to student life.

  •  
  • HPR Fall 2013: The Case Against a Crimson Empire

    Contributing Writer Joe Choe talks about his article, “The Case Against a Crimson Empire,” and what the mainstream media narrative misses about American higher education’s expansion into foreign countries.

  • HPR Fall 2013: The Radical Redeemer

    Contributing Writer Samir Durrani talks about his article, “The Radical Redeemer,” and what he hopes his readers will take away from it.

  • HPR Fall 2013: Inside the Covers Topic

    Covers Editor Matt Shuham discusses the HPR’s Fall 2013 covers topic and articles to keep an eye out for.

  •  
 
 

custom writing