Censorship at Harvard Law

There has been a lot of discussion about last week’s events between me, my posting in Belinda Hall / Wasserstein Lounge, and Reclaim Harvard Law’s reaction.  I’m not proud of everything I did, but I do hope that by laying out the facts, as I saw them, I will clear up some of the misconceptions […]

Racism, Justified: A Critical Look at Critical Race Theory

By now, most of you have heard of Critical Race Theory. Its narrative, ideology, and even vocabulary have become a familiar refrain. “Systemic oppression,” “institutional racism,” and “white privilege” have become common topics of debate. At Harvard Law, a group of protestors calls for $5 million and three tenure-track faculty to establish a program on […]

#HLSUntaped: The Sound of Silence

People talking without speaking People hearing without listening People writing songs that voices never share And no one dared Disturb the sound of silence Written in the aftermath of the JFK assassination, Simon and Garfunkel’s famous song, “The Sound of Silence” was rumored to describe Americans’ collective inability to communicate in the aftermath of that […]

Fascism at Yale

Usually, we at Harvard are more than happy to see Yale students make fools of themselves on camera. The video that emerged this week of Yale students screaming down one of their professors might make for a good laugh, if its implications were not quite so serious. It’s a scene we’ve seen played out far […]