The HPR sits down with former Senator Tim Wirth to discuss the environment, China, and Divest Harvard.
On the Newsstand:United Nations
The recent prospect of a diplomatic breakthrough between the United States and Iran has provided new hope for a solution.
The U.N recently voted to upgrade Palestine's status as a state, but will it change anything?
The UN Earth Summit is attempting to reimagine the measure of human welfare in a world of finite natural resources.
United States intervention in the beleaguered state of Libya will only heighten American concerns on a wide spectrum of issues.
October 24 is United Nations Day! The Millennium Development Goals were set up by the United Nations in 2000. With five years left to go, what progress has the international community made in achieving these goals? Featuring: Nicole Delaney is a fund portfolio manager for The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. She was assigned to coordinate the ... Read More
Professor Steven D. Levitt, an eminent popular economist from the University of Chicago and co-author of the widely successful books Freakonomics and SuperFreakonomics gave a lecture here on Monday. Despite being sparsely publicized, the lecture attracted around 200 people from around the campus, an obvious testament to the popularity of Levitt’s unorthodox economics style. While I was impressed with Professor ... Read More
Last weekend, Harvard’s Model United Nations conference for college students took place for the 56th time, drawing thousands of students from all over the world to Boston Park Plaza. As an uber-important (or not) Assistant Director to the E.U. committee, I got to observe first hand how students acted as delegates from countries they didn’t come from and to debate ... Read More