A dissolving orange-flavored pill for kids with ADHD sounded alarm bells for some, but one Harvard neurophysicist says it will help millions of families.
Director Steven Spielberg recently made the trip to Cambridge, Massachusetts, to speak to the Harvard graduates of 2016. Although the director dropped out of college his sophomore year after landing a dream job at Universal Studios,Show More Summary
Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen says the Fed did not see the financial crisis coming. "We saw trees, and the house price bubble was a tree," Yellen said Friday at Harvard University's Radcliffe Day, where she received the Radcliffe...Show More Summary
Dove, hawk, or nothing at all? That's the question as Fed chief Janet Yellen speaks after she receives the Radcliffe Medal from Harvard University's Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. There are no prepared remarks, but a scheduled...Show More Summary
The first Chinese citizen to deliver a graduation speech at Harvard University wants to know why his mother only knew to light his hand on fire when a poisonous spider bit him. Why wasn't she able to use "less painful, and less risky...Show More Summary
Festival to move to its new home at Harvard next year.
During his press conference on Thursday DONALD TRUMP was asked about hard left Senator and fake Indian Elizabeth Warren. The... The post Trump Exposes Pocahontas Warren: Blonde, Blue-Eyed Fake Indian Was Listed as Harvard Law’s “First Woman of Color” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
"When I was in middle school, a poisonous spider bit my right hand. I ran to my mom for help—but instead of taking me to a doctor, my mom set my hand on fire." [ more › ]
Scientists at Harvard have created an amazing new 3D pen that creates metallic objects with ease. Similar to the recent 3Doodler pen in some concepts, this new pen goes above and beyond and was created for adult use, with various possibilities in mind. Show More Summary
One winter, Jill Lepore, the prolific historian and New Yorker correspondent, taught a course called “What Is Biography?” To coax her Harvard sophomores to ponder whether we can truly know another person, she assigned Julian Barnes’ novel “The Sense of an Ending.” She also gave them two famous...
On May 24, Harvard Law Professor Jeannie Suk published an article on the New Yorker’s website headlined “The Transgender Bathroom Debate and the Looming Title IX Crisis.” Suk described her misgivings about recent guidance from the Department of Education and the Department of Justice about transgender students with no shortage of hyperbole. Show More Summary
The team encountered the first individual, a beautiful meter-long silvery female, climbing in a Silver Palm tree near the water's edge on a remote island in the southern Bahamas. As dusk approached, Harvard graduate student and teamShow More Summary
Donovan Livingston, who graduated with his master's degree in education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, recited a poem on May 25 at the school's convocation that has resonated with teachers.
When he spoke to Harvard's graduating class on Thursday, the director put much of his advice in movie terms — talking about characters, action and Hollywood endings.
Graduating students listen during the 365th commencement exercises at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts on May 26, 2016. Photo by Brian Snyder/Reuters Graduation season is a wonderful time for celebration. Teachers applaud students, and parents praise their children. Show More Summary
Donald Trump: I find it offensive that Goofy Elizabeth Warren, sometimes referred to as Pocahontas, pretended to be Native American to get in Harvard.
In a world where fundamentals don't matter, everyone's attention will be on Janet Yellen who speaks at 1:15pm today in Harvard, hoping to glean some more hints about the Fed's intentionas and next steps, including a possible rate hike in June or July. Show More Summary
Here is what you need to know. Janet Yellen speaks at Harvard. Fed Chair Janet Yellen will take part in a discussion on the economy with Harvard University economics professor Greg Mankiw. The event is likely to delay some traders from heading out early for the holiday weekend as it could provide some clues as to the pace of Fed rate hikes. Show More Summary
IT’S ALL A GAME: At Harvard, Leftist professors inspire leftist students to “rebel”.
(John Hinderaker) A common political strategy among environmentalists is called “sue and settle.” An environmental group will sue the EPA, alleging a failure to do one thing or another, likely something that wasn’t within the EPA’s powers in the first place. Show More Summary