Quarterback Controversy at NA?

NA returned to the gridiron in triumphant fashion, with a 26-6 trouncing of OC last Wednesday. However, most of the hoopla following the game focused less on the impressive victory, than on the budding quarterback controversy, as unheralded rookie Robyn Brown received numerous accolades after her two successful completions. “Robyn looked cooler in the pocket… Continue reading Quarterback Controversy at NA?

Gore Returns to Harvard

In his second public address since leaving the Vice Presidency in January, Al Gore received a roaring welcome from the partisan crowd gathered at the Kennedy School, which packed the floor, two balconies and at least one overflow room. After being introduced by Harvard President Larry Summers, who worked with him as U.S. Treasury Secretary… Continue reading Gore Returns to Harvard

Conversation Non-Starters

I wouldn’t have thought this was necessary, but given the conversations I’ve been forced to endure over the last week, I’ve decided “That Guy” must once again boldly mix sports metaphors and step up to the plate to tackle an important issue: inane HBS conversation topics. Regardless of what you may think, all conversation topics… Continue reading Conversation Non-Starters

Live from KSG – Joseph Lieberman Closes Hardball Series

The captivating Hardball series at the Kennedy School of Government (KSG), hosted by MSNBC political analyst Chris Matthews, came to a close on December 15th with Democratic candidate Joe Lieberman (D-CT). Harvard students, local community members, and political personalities have energized the John F. Kennedy Forum each Monday for the last two months, piling in… Continue reading Live from KSG – Joseph Lieberman Closes Hardball Series

Green is the new Crimson

Gore then recited a popular African proverb, If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. The problem, Gore says, is that “we have to go far, quickly.” Harvard University holds its first ever Sustainability Celebration with a keynote delivered by Nobel laureate and former Vice President Al… Continue reading Green is the new Crimson

Movie Review – Children of Men

The year is 2027. It’s been 18 years since a woman has given birth. The fears of a controlling government, terrorism and human extinction are magnified and paralyzing society. Forgoing the flying cars and silver jump suits, the futuristic thriller “Children of Men” portrays an eerie, realistic depiction of how society could evolve if it… Continue reading Movie Review – Children of Men