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Jhumpa Lahiri (pictured) and Celeste Ng discuss immigrant identity during the keynote conversation at Radcliffe's annual conference on gender, "Who Belongs? Global Citizenship and Gender in the 21st Century."

The women’s view

Annual Radcliffe conference probed citizenship and gender in the 21st century


Cambridge Analytics CEO Alexander Nix (pictured) said his firm found a way to tailor political ads and messages on Facebook to millions of voters in the U.S., based on their fears and prejudices.

On the web, privacy in peril

Massive mining of users’ data on Facebook eats away at public’s online trust, analyst says


Jason Corral and Cindy Zapata of the Immigration and Refugee Clinic advised students of their legal rights during "A Day of Hope of Resistance," part of a series of events exploring questions about the termination of DACA and TPS, deportations, and the current state of immigration policy.

A celebration of immigration

With DACA in place for now, day's events focus on protecting students, and on the artistry that other cultures bestow


Garrett Felber (l to r), Elizabeth Hinton, and Kaia Stern

Prison education at Harvard

The formerly incarcerated, activists, and academics convene to discuss University’s programs, ties