CAMBRIDGE MA — Nobel Peace Prize winner and democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi will deliver the annual Godkin Lecture at Harvard Kennedy School on September 27th. The event will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum, 79 JFK Street, Cambridge. VOA’s Scott Stearns interviews Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu […]
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Twenty-five years after the publication of Professor William Julius Wilson’s groundbreaking book, “The Truly Disadvantaged: The Inner City, the Underclass, and Public Policy,” Wilson and more than 20 leading social science scholars from throughout the country will gather September 14 at Harvard University. The one-day conference, organized by Harvard Kennedy School’s (HKS) […]
By Eric Kester, author of That Book About Harvard My fellow 5th Grade-icans, I am not running for class president because I have a bigger baseball card collection than the other candidates — which I do — but because I am a patriot and I love my class in a totally non-cootie related way. We […]
Cambridge, MA—Not only in politics but across the board in eight different sectors of national life, Americans have lost confidence in their leaders over the past year. Overall, some 77% say that the country now has a crisis in leadership, and confidence levels have fallen to the lowest levels recorded in recent times.
By Bo Yang, May 12, 2012 I was asked to be photographer for Harvard China Education Symposium(CES) second annual meeting at Harvard University School of Education. The conference started in the evening of May 11, and ended at around 6 PM on May 12. I took hundreds of pictures and was really impressed by the […]
By David Li, bostonese.com In the evening of March 24, documentary film No Look Pass had its Boston area premiere at Brattle Theatre in Harvard Square. About 300 people, including many current and former Harvard Women’s Basketball team members, were on hand to welcome back director Melissa Johnson, a former lady Crimson.