Two Harvard undergraduates, Ruth Fong and Benjamin Sprung-Keyser, are among the 32 American men and women chosen as Rhodes Scholars on Saturday. They will begin their studies at the University of Oxford next October.
With just 0:55 remaining in today's game, Harvard beat Yale, 31-24 at Harvard Stadium, securing an undefeated season for the Crimson and outright ownership of the Ivy League championship title for the eighth straight year. But for many, The Game is more than a test of field skills, it's about tradition, food, family, and fun.
Jimmy Carter, the 39th president, will speak at Harvard on his new book, “A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power.” The book calls for an end to discrimination against and abuse of women, something Carter calls the “No. 1 unaddressed issue involving human rights.” In an advance Q&A session, he discussed those issues, and much more.
The Kennedy School is working with the government of Albania to help the nation put an end to a long period of economic dysfunction.
Rhodes Scholars Ruth Fong and Benjamin Sprung-Keyser both are driven by a desire to improve the world around them.
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