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While it is not rare to hear college students moan that college food simply is not their mother’s cooking, meat can be a particularly divisive issue. People come from a wide variety of dietary backgrounds; the Armenian kebob-lovers find...
Former Minister of Environment and Forests of India, Jairam Ramesh, recently appeared for a private question and answer session at the Harvard Kennedy School. Ramesh, appointed as a Fisher Family Fellow for the Future of Diplomacy Project , now...
In addition to rest, relaxation, and reflection, winter break can also be a time for learning and self-development through a wide variety of programs offered during Harvard’s Wintersession period before classes begin. Breaking the monotony of...
On February 5, Jon Krosnick, Professor of Political Science, Communication, and Psychology, and Director of the Political Psychology Research Group at Stanford University, presented his group’s nationwide survey on American public opinion on...
This entry is part of a series of journal entries on the Sustainability Plan. For Emissions and Energy, I write about my own personal energy usage. As part of the first assignment in Professor William Clark’s class on sustainable development,...
On a cold fall day in 2008, Harvard University took a stand on climate change, and gave a nod to sustainability. Drew Faust—joined by alumnus, recent author of An Inconvenient Truth , and former Vice President, Al Gore— addressed the...