A year ago today, Lower Manhattan was covered with a layer of ash. Ash that filled the lungs of its residents, ash that stung the eyes and smelled of death and filth. A year ago today, Lower Manhattan and the United States awoke as places changed forever. Yet that morning at HLS was tranquil as ever.
Target shooting club founder urges more gun debates, an alum lamets this semester’s lack of Nesson, and a HBS grad argues that Harvard should not divest from Israel.