Madeleine Schwartz

Reality fiction: the delightful fullness of Elif Batuman's “The Idiot”

Elif Batuman’s novel The Idiot reflects on her Harvard freshman year.

History and future of WHRB's "Record Hospital" rock show

The "Record Hospital" student-run radio show educates students in rock music, past and present.

“Harvard at Chanzeaux": a documentary film tribute to Laurence Wylie

Alumni join in to help British filmmaker Elizabeth McKay with her forthcoming documentary, ”Harvard at Chanzeaux: A Tribute to Laurence Wylie.”

John Teton fights hunger with the International Food Security Treaty Campaign

John Teton '70 directs the International Food Security Treaty Campaign.

Space architect Constance Adams finds creative solutions for extreme problems

Constance Adams seeks creative solutions for extreme problems, and new ideas for this planet.

Linda Greenhouse and Reva Siegel bring new insights to Roe v. Wade

Longtime Supreme Court watcher Linda Greenhouse ’68 and Yale legal historian Reva Siegel offer new insight about the landmark court case's effect on the abortion debate and American political discourse.

Gordon Brown calls for countries to agree on a "global financial constitution"

Speaking at the Institute of Politics, the former British prime minister calls for countries to agree on a "global financial constitution."