Reforming mental health in higher education
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Reviewing Sheryl Sandberg's "Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead"
HPR writers Jenny Choi and Harleen Gambhir are liveblogging straight from Sanders Theater, where Sheryl Sandberg speaks today.
Colin Diersing talks about the selection of Tyga as Yardest 2013's artist and the petition against it.
Last month, the White House press corps exploded in frustration over its lack of access to President Obama–an incident set off by the president’s private golf outing with Tiger Woods. While choosing this episode to cite may have trivialized reporters’ concerns, their complaint touched on the real problems associated with a “new normal” in the journalist-newsmaker relationship. Politicians no longer need reporters ... Read More
A new study published by the American Journal of Medical Quality indicates that, for every 93 “Likes” on a hospital’s Facebook page, 30-day mortality rates are 1 percent lower. This is probably because Facebook “Likes” tap into levels of patient satisfaction, as the positive relationship between “Likes” and the patient recommendation variable suggest. In other words, people are less apt ... Read More
America might not be a country in decline, but we seem to have given up on big dreams.
The meme shows a Clinton who is very different from her 2008 campaign.
Why social media increasingly raises privacy concerns.
KONY 2012 is flawed, but it can still teach us about advocacy in the internet age.
Despite some progress in women's rights, the balance between career and family can still be difficult to strike.
Though we often treat eating as a joyless obstacle, being social during meals is especially important to our college experience and the development of good relationships.
Harvard students should follow the example of Jeremy Lin