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Bluyé B. DeMessie

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Harvard Kennedy School

Summers Moderates Talk on Male Unemployment

Two economists debated the causes and potential solutions for the increase in American male unemployment at an Institute of Politics event Wednesday evening moderated by former University President Lawrence H. Summers.


Amy Goodman Talks Media Bias At Book Talk

“I think the media can be the greatest force for peace on earth. Instead, all too often, it is wielded as a weapon of war," Goodman said.


Twelve Advisers Awarded Sixth Annual Star Family Prize

The Advising Programs Office has recognized 12 academic advisers at the College for providing students “exemplary intellectual and personal guidance.”

Dr. Daniel J. Levitin
Harvard Law School

McGill Neuroscientist Discusses ‘Post-Truth’ Era at Law School

“I just want to go on record repeating what many have already said that there is no such thing as alternative facts,” Daniel J. Levitin said. “It’s just the kind of nonsensical, Orwellian double-talk that we should be afraid of.”


Benshirim Wins Wendell Scholarship Prize

​Ezekiel P. Benshirim ’19, an Integrative Biology concentrator from Cabot House, was awarded the $21,000 Wendell Prize.