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Anna M. Kuritzkes

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Op Eds

In Defense of the Truth

It is our responsibility, as Harvard students, professors, and administrators, to defend the truth, without equivocating between facts and fiction.

Division of Continuing Education

Division of Continuing Education Relies on Tuition Rather than Endowment Funding

The Division of Continuing Education has been almost entirely financially self-sufficient in recent years, raising money through tuition and other programming rather than relying heavily on money from the University endowment.

Klarman Brings Protest

Klarman Brings Protest

Harvard affiliates protest the appearance of the Baupost Group's CEO, Seth A. Klarman, at a Harvard Business School event Saturday morning.

Klarman Brings Protest

Klarman Appearance at Business School Draws Protest

Protesters called on Baupost—which holds $931 million of Puerto Rico’s debt—to cancel its holdings in Puerto Rican bonds and demanded Harvard divest $2 billion from Baupost.

Student Groups

Harvard Students Bring Hackathon to the Vatican

VHacks, which took place from March 8 to 11, was a joint-effort between Vatican officials, the Catholic think tank Optic, and students from Harvard and MIT.

Harvard Business School
Harvard Business School

HBS Adds Economist Brimmer’s Papers to Special Collections

​Harvard Business School’s Baker Library has added the accumulated works of prominent economist Dr. Andrew F. Brimmer to its permanent Special Collections.

HBS African American Student Union

Harvard Business School Celebrates Black Alumni

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the founding of its African American Student Union, HBS is hosting a conference, academic symposium, and exhibition.

Extension School Classroom
Extension School

Extension School Expands Online Course Offerings

The Extension School has grown its online course catalog significantly over the past few years, according to the dean of the Division of Continuing Education.

Anant Agarwal

Under Bacow, Possibilities for Growth in DCE and edX

University President-elect Lawrence S. Bacow said he is interested in creating more opportunities for underresourced communities to access Harvard and its teaching at a press conference on Sunday.

Out of Silence
Student Groups

Reproductive Justice Group Stages Annual Performance

“We are interested in sharing real abortion narratives just to destigmatize abortion, to bring humanity, compassion, and empathy to this topic,” said an organizer of the event.

Op Eds

If Democrats Respect Women, Al Franken Should Resign

Any Democrat who excuses Franken’s lascivious behavior—whether it be out of cynicism for our political future or another reason—must recognize that they, too, are part of the problem.

Student Life

Harvard College Proceeds with Online Title IX Training for Second Year

​The College used input from undergraduate focus groups to update its sexual assault prevention training modules for 2017, according to Title IX Coordinator Emily J. Miller.

Op Eds

Liberal Rhetoric is Intellectually Exclusive

Though liberals like me disagree with Trump’s opinions, we must acknowledge that his message won in part because it was digestible, whereas the liberal agenda was not.


Black Students Association Condemns Assault of Cornell Student

“If it could happen at Cornell, it could happen here at Harvard,” said Hasani A. Hayden ’19, the President of BSA.

Gatekeepers: White House Chiefs of Staff

Former White House Chiefs of Staff Discuss Trump at IOP

Three former White House chiefs of staff discussed disorganization in the Trump White House at an Institute of Politics event on Tuesday night.