HBSers Divided on Resignation of Harvard President Larry Summers

Harvard University recently announced the resignation of President Larry Summers.ÿ Summers, whose short-lived tenure started in July, 2001, was no doubt one of the most visible and perhaps controversial figures in the history of the University.ÿ Although many of Harvard’s ongoing academic initiatives can be attributed to the work of Summers, many thought that his… Continue reading HBSers Divided on Resignation of Harvard President Larry Summers

Larry Summers: A Presidency In Trouble?

Last Tuesday, February 15th, at a Harvard University faculty meeting, President Larry Summers was confronted by members of the faculty who criticized Summers’ recent remarks about women in science as well as the President’s leadership record over his four-year tenure at the University. An emergency faculty meeting has been called for Tuesday, February 22nd to… Continue reading Larry Summers: A Presidency In Trouble?

Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz responds to criticism of President Larry Summers

In my 41 years at Harvard, I have never experienced a president more open to debate, disagreement, and dialog than Larry Summers. It is utter nonsense for professors to claim that they are held hostage to fear. Summers welcomes debate and controversy more than any president I have ever served under. Professors who are afraid… Continue reading Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz responds to criticism of President Larry Summers

President Summers

I am an ’84 graduate of HBS. And I’m female, which apparently makes me potentially genetically inferior in math. It’s a wonder that I graduated with honors. Must have been a genetic fluke. President Larry Summers has now definitively proven that he is as eloquent as he is stupid. There is an infinite amount of… Continue reading President Summers