Harvard’s Native American program turns 50

June 13, 2021 Harvard University 0

Wayne Newell hailed from the Passamaquoddy Tribe in eastern Maine. Daniel Hohnani came from the Hopi Tribe in northeastern Arizona. They met at Harvard 50 years ago, two young teachers working to serve their communities and promote education among Native Americans. Newell and Hohnani were recruited to attend a federally Read More


Madeleine Albright discusses career in Harvard forum

June 13, 2021 Harvard University 0

Even if “The Future of Diplomacy Is Female,” as Monday night’s JFK Forum suggested, that does not mean women in the field will avoid formidable obstacles. That was the thrust of former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright’s comments at the online Institute of Politics event celebrating International Women’s Day. In Read More


Harvard talk looks at what’s next with Russia

June 12, 2021 Harvard University 0

After U.S. intelligence confirmed on Monday that Moscow had run propaganda and disinformation campaigns against now-President Biden during the 2020 election, Russia expert Fiona Hill, A.M. ’91, Ph.D. ’98, offered candid assessments Wednesday on the dim prospect for reducing tensions between the two governments. In a 75-minute online discussion with Read More


Mark Cuban and Jeff Flake discuss the economy

June 12, 2021 Harvard University 0

Former high-tech executive and celebrity entrepreneur Mark Cuban may be one of the few people who can get away with telling a packed auditorium of Harvard Business School (HBS) students that getting an M.B.A. is a “mistake these days” — and get a round of applause in response. The Dallas Read More