Cap and Gone: The Syrian College Student Who Had to Abandon His Degree

“In the weeks just before my final year would end, the violence came to Aleppo. It got really, really violent just three days before final exams, and the university shut down without warning.”

Perry Abdulkadir | March 18, 2016

Songs of War: The Evolution of Protest Music in the United States

Almost every American conflict has inspired musical dissent in one form or another.

Frankie Hill | March 14, 2016

Camel Bells and Smoky Deserts

China's plan to invigorate the deserts of Central Asia with capital from the East poses some risks but could largely benefit the region

Jiafeng Chen | March 13, 2016

This Isn’t Even My Final Form: Evolution in the Medium of Animation

Recent work has demonstrated that animation can be more than fairytales and satire.

Michael Kennedy-Yoon | March 12, 2016

Interview with Meredith Viera: On Alzheimer’s Advocacy and Journalism

"...Ultimately, you are a conduit to others to give voice to people who wouldn’t have it otherwise. I always understood my mission, and I believed in myself."

Joe Choe | March 11, 2016

Hackers at Harvard

What exactly are hackathons, and who can benefit from them?

Yehong Zhu | March 9, 2016

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