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As admission to Harvard has become increasingly competitive, it has become hard to justify continued use of the letter grading system.
Al Gore writes about press conference culture, published more than 40 years ago in our first magazine.
JFK has a special legacy in the African-American community.
An investigation into the opaque and growing links between the DHS, the Pentagon, and domestic law enforcement.
The HPR sits down with Drew Faust to discuss new teaching tools, flipped classrooms, and what she wishes she had done as an undergraduate.
How two diverse groups are coming together to shape campus politics
HPR writers discuss the real issues surrounding the botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
Digger Huang, Demolisher Li: The building of Chengdu's Tianfu district and the inequality of the Chinese construction market.