Running the Numbers

63% of HBS students watch less than 1 hour of TV per day 70% of respondents get their news from online news services such as and 43.4% of HBS students don’t subscribe to any magazines 33.6% of respondents spend 2-3 hours on the internet each day 72.4% of HBS students watch 0-1 movies… Continue reading Running the Numbers

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, I am a 51-year old retired military officer, now teaching government and economics in an inner-city school, and I have noted with interest the First Amendment “case” developing at Harvard. Kim B. Clark was quoted on CNN, that Harvard is “committed to principles of free expression and inquiry … each of us first… Continue reading Letters to the Editor

Inside Al Jazeera

Considering its influence, Al Jazeera’s newsroom is puny. When Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak peeked in during a visit to Doha, Qatar, a couple of years ago, he asked, “All this noise comes from this matchbox?” It feels like an American newsroom at first, until you notice the details. While a few of the monitors are… Continue reading Inside Al Jazeera

Where Do We Go From Here?

In the last four articles on the war against terrorism, we covered many issues. We discussed ongoing military operations, the delicate diplomatic equation in the immediate region, and the changes needed in the Middle East and in American policy to stop the cycle of hatred that breeds terrorists. We now conclude with two potentially uncomfortable… Continue reading Where Do We Go From Here?

A New Generation of Patriots

Like most Americans, I have been consuming a lot of news over the past week. TV, newspapers and e-mails from friends. Two of the most poignant pieces that I have read were sent to me via e-mail. One, from the Miami Herald on September 12, captures the essence of our anger and the American spirit… Continue reading A New Generation of Patriots

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