[ [/new_image] Everybody’s favorite feminist unicorn, Amy Poehler, was presented with the Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year award at Harvard earlier today. Perhaps more delightful than the wacky parade she led around Harvard Square, was the roast that followed. Show More Summary
Amy Poehler turned the tables on her roasters, poking fun at Harvard and its famed Hasty Pudding theater troupe during its annual Woman of the Year award and roast Thursday. The actress joked at the irreverent affair that she never expected...Show More Summary
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, who lost his primary election last year, is making a comeback as a visiting fellow for Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.
Comedian Amy Poehler is being feted by Harvard University's famed theater troupe with a parade and roast.
Thomas W. Lentz, who directed the Harvard Art Museums for more than a decade, will step down on July 1.
Obesity, height, genetics: These are all factors that have been linked to girls starting their periods young. Now, Harvard University researchers say that frequent consumption of beverages with added sugar may be associated with earlier periods, too.Read full article >>
Eric Cantor, the former House majority leader, will join Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government as a visiting fellow in early April, the school said Thursday.
Mark Zuckerberg has never been known as the kind of guy who keeps his word. Just ask the Winklevoss twins, who may or may not have come up with the idea for Facebook in the first place over a decade ago while at Harvard with the aforementioned...Show More Summary
The overall U.S. housing market still is struggling to hit its stride, but the remodeling market meanwhile has fully regained its mojo, according to a report released Thursday by the Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studi...
One in five applicants to Harvard and Stanford are completely qualified to attend—perhaps 20% of those that send in their applications have the smarts, guts and work ethic to thrive at these schools and to become respected alumni. These schools...
ARAMAIC WATCH: Anatoly Lieberman a post at the OUP Blog has an interesting tidbit about Thomas Lambdin which I didn't know:Latin antiquusThomas Lambdin, Professor in Harvard Department of Near Eastern Studies, once suggested that the...Show More Summary
Some of it is calculated: But some of it is subconscious, as Eric Posner explains: To investigate the role of motivated reasoning in the sort of institutional flip-flops that politicians and judges engage in, Harvard Law School professor Cass Sunstein and I conducted a series of surveys. In one, we asked people whether President Bush […]
I never thought I would get to file a blog post under both, the Business Journalism and the Mariachi music tags but here it goes: I have no idea why, but the editors of the presumably prestigious Harvard Business Review decided to use a photo of a (also presumably) mariachi trio … Continue reading ?
Keion Jeffrey Coleman, a 18-year-old black male, died Wednesday, Jan. 21, after being shot in Harvard Park, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts at Harvard University presents Luther Price: Light Windows, a solo exhibition of recent handcrafted slide projections by the Boston-based artist and filmmaker Luther Price, from January 26 to February 1, 2015. Show More Summary
Here's a Harvard Business Professor telling you why purpose is important. The post Why Purpose Isn’t Hocus Pocus appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Harvard Business School grads Cheryl Han and Eleanor Mak wanted to make personal styling more convenient for women who don't have time to shop. In January 2013, Han and Mak founded Keaton Row, an online platform that pairs women who are too busy to shop with stylists who can pick out clothes for them. Show More Summary
Neither Edward Snowden nor Bruce Schneier needs any introduction around here. So Techdirt readers won't require much encouragement to watch an interview of the former by the latter, conducted last week at the Harvard Data Privacy Symposium. Show More Summary
Researchers at Harvard say young girls who drink too many sugary drinks may enter puberty earlier than those who don't. But... but... I was drinking soda straight from a bar spout when I was seven, so...
J. Clifton Fleming (BYU) & Robert J. Peroni (Texas) & Stephen E. Shay (Harvard), Formulary Apportionment in the U.S. International Income Tax System: Putting Lipstick on a Pig?, 36 Mich. J. Int'l L. ___ (2015): Perhaps surprisingly, this Article has shown that the debate over formulary apportionment is little more...