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Deval Patrick, Sherrilyn Ifill, Fred Krupp.

No C-suite is an island

Panelists welcome ESG progress but say corporations should speak out on democracy and back climate pledges with more robust action

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Manuel Cuevas-Trisan.

A new era of work

Harvard’s HR leader explains how University plans to ensure flexibility and compete for top talent while maintaining vibrant campus

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Harvard Gate

Solemn stewardship

Report recommends policies, mechanisms for return, ethical uses for research of human remains in museums

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Alejandro de la Fuente and Pablo Gonzalez hang exhibition labels.

Rethinking Cuban art

Cooper Gallery exhibition centers work of lesser-known artists of African descent to highlight various biases of canon  

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Electric cars charging.

California dreaming? Nope.

Expert welcomes aggressive move toward electric vehicles, but sees one ‘huge mistake’ policymakers need to avoid and a surefire way to anger drivers

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Jay Baruch

The lesson of an ashtray

Former Bioethics Fellow Jay Baruch ’02 recalls impatient patient who pulled her own breathing tube (and lived to tell about it) in new memoir

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