Lin, the Harvard guard who electrified Knicks fans in 2012 with “Linsanity,” has agreed to a deal with the Nets, reportedly for three years and $36 million.
The Nets were looking for a point guard and now they have one. Jeremy Lin will play for his sixth team in seven years in the league. The NBA's favorite Harvard graduate has agreed on a contract with the Nets, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. Show More Summary
Kiran Gandhi is a force to be reckoned with. At 26, the South Asian New York to L.A. transplant is a dynamic performer, a Harvard MBA grad, and the Artist in Residence at the music start-up Stem. She has drummed with MIA and Thievery Corporation, been a freelance consultant for music industry projects such as […]
The most recent addition to the complete review is my review of Francesco Petrarca's (yes, Petrarch's) My Secret Book: The Private Conflict of my Thoughts, just out in a new translation -- and bilingual edition - in Harvard University...Show More Summary
A new report from Harvard Law School's Fair Punishment Project analyzes the records of five of America’s deadliest head prosecutors, four men and one woman with a dogged obsession with the death penalty. The report, which also highlights...Show More Summary
There's a serious gap between corporations and startups. According to Alessandro Di Fiore with the Harvard Business Review, "It's not just a problem at companies known for poor management. Even businesses that are well versed in theShow More Summary
Over the past decade, more and more people have been renting instead of buying homes. A survey from the Harvard's Joint Center for Housing Studies found that renter households soared by nearly 9 million from 2005 to 2015; and at theShow More Summary
Elizabeth Warren is apparently interested in a new job as an instructor of magic. The Massachusetts senator and former Harvard professor tweeted her interest at J.K. Rowling after the author published a new story detailing the story of a school of witchcraft and wizardry located in Massachusetts. Show More Summary
Today, we are pleased to present a guest column written by Jeffrey Frankel, Harpel Professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and formerly a member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers. I see a possible way out for the trap that Brits now find themselves in, a way to keep Great Britain great. […]
What does Hillary Clinton mean by taking the Israel relationship to the "next level"? Maybe what Robert Danin, former State Department official at Harvard, says: a formal treaty between the countries, and do it fast, because young people and Democrats have lost their romance about Israel. (Don't they have a good reason?)
I’m pleased to see that the Course of Human Events blog has started to post more frequently about the Declaration of Independence.This blog is part of Declaration Resources Project, started by Harvard political science professor Danielle...Show More Summary
On Friday July 15th join us for a very special True Colors event: Smart People! Four Harvard intellectuals – a doctor, an actress, a psychologist, and a neurobiologist study the human brain’s response to race, class, friendship, search for love, and identity in a complex world. “A whirlwind of crackling dialogue and tricky questions by the […]
This post is excerpted from Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis. During my first round of law school applications, I didn’t even apply to Yale, Harvard, or Stanford—the mystical “top three” schools. I didn’t think I had a chance at those places. Show More Summary
The Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) and collaborators at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School have completed a promising preclinical study of two Zika vaccine candidates that suggests that an effective human vaccine will be achievable. Findings from the study were published today in the journal Nature.
Harvard researchers sampled seats, seat backs, walls, vertical and horizontal poles, and hanging grips inside 15 train cars on three subway lines and of touchscreens and walls of ticketing machines inside five subway stations.
Maria Sharapova is headed to Harvard Business School for a two-week program this summer. Her agent Max Eisenbud said Monday that the program involves two classes on campus.
Last week the world learned President and Michelle Obama's daughter Malia is going to take a gap year before she heads off to Harvard in 2017. As the president of a Gap Year organization, I found this intriguing. Would the announcement...Show More Summary
SHE’D BRING DIVERSITY TO THE TICKET: They’d have old women in pantsuits from Harvard AND Yale. Elizabeth Warren just cemented her status as the media favorite for Hillary Clinton’s VP.
Several institutions of higher education including Harvard, Yale, and Princeton have reconsidered the historical legacies of dead presidents such as Thomas Jefferson and Woodrow Wilson. Homogeneous articulations of collective identity...Show More Summary
Maria Sharapova is using her time off with classes at Harvard Business School.