I SEE U, Episode 78: Say It Loud! Woosah! – Houston Public Media
Mindfulness author Zee Clarke not only offers a meditative guidebook for Black people who seek healing from racial trauma but also provides insight for allies into the inequities these communities face, so that empathy and affirmation can lead to effective change and transformation.houstonpublicmedia.org
Gymnast Dunne's AI spot raises questions about NIL ethics
LSU gymnast Olivia Dunne's endorsement of an artificial intelligence essay-writing product is raising questions about whether college athletic programs should provide clearer ethical guidelines for athletes earning money from name, image and likeness contracts. “It does seem problematic to have people sort of promoting plagiarism," said John Basl, a philosophy professor at Northeastern University in Boston who specializes in AI and data ethics, and who also is a faculty affiliate of Harvard’s Berkman-Klein Center for Internet and Society. Dunne's endorsement of a Caktus.AI product appeared recently in the form of a 10-second video post on social media sites including TikTok and YouTube.news.yahoo.com
Meet the 'anti-woke' Indian American millionaire planning to run for president in 2024
Vivek Ramaswamy, an Indian American Republican dubbed by New Yorker magazine as the “CEO of Anti-Woke Inc.,” is reportedly considering running for president of the United States in 2024. Ramaswamy, who was born to Indian immigrant parents in Cincinnati, received his education at Yale and Harvard and later found success as a biotech entrepreneur. Should Ramaswamy ultimately decide to run, he is set to join Nikki Haley and former President Donald Trump in vying for the GOP presidential nomination in 2024.news.yahoo.com
The 3 biggest signs of 'passive aggressive' and 'childish' behavior: Harvard body language expert
No one likes dealing with passive aggressive behavior, yet we often have to — whether it's at work or in our personal life. Communication and body language expert Erica Dhawan shares how to spot the signs and respond effectively.cnbc.com
Aoki Lee Simmons Calls Out Harvard Professors Overlooking Her Modeling Career: 'Maybe If I Had A Lacrosse Game You’d Give Me The Zoom Link?'
As she prepares to attend New York Fashion Week, one of the most critical events in the industry, the 19-year-old aspiring model called out her Harvard professors, who insist that what she is doing “isn’t real work” and find it difficult to grasp her busy schedule.news.yahoo.com
Supreme Court move allows Jackson to take part in race case
The Supreme Court on Friday took a step that will allow new Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman on the court, to take part in a case that could lead to the end of the use of race in college admissions. Jackson, who joined the court June 30 following the retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer, had pledged during her confirmation hearing to sit out the case involving Harvard's admissions policy because she was a member of the school's board. The Harvard dispute had been joined to a similar lawsuit involving the University of North Carolina.news.yahoo.com
Ortiz principal named to Harvard summer institute
Of the 85 educators, 45 were selected in 2020 but were not able to attend the program due to COVID restrictions. Each program is designed to inspire, challenge, and empower school leaders to bring lasting impact to their campuses and communities, the entire state of Texas, and beyond. “I am thrilled to have been selected as part of the 2022 Harvard Leadership Program for school principals. This learning opportunity will allow me to share all we can offer our school communities in a greater magnitude,” said Garza. Following the Harvard Institutes, attendees remain a part of the program’s statewide network of school leaders and are empowered to work together to create change at the campus and district levels.myrgv.com
Ezra Vogel, renowned Asia scholar and biographer, dies at 90
FILE - In this June 17, 1999, file photo, Harvard professor Ezra Vogel gestures while speaking during his luncheon speech at the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo. Vogel, a leading U.S. scholar on East Asia whose biography of Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping won acclaim and awards, died Sunday, Dec. 20, 2020, in Cambridge, Mass. – A leading U.S. scholar on East Asia whose biography of Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping won acclaim and awards has died. Vogel died Sunday in Cambridge, Massachusetts, from complications after surgery, said his son, Steven Vogel. Vogel is survived by his wife of 41 years, Charlotte Ikels; son David Vogel of Cambridge; son Steven Vogel of Berkeley, California; daughter Eve Vogel of Amherst, Massachusetts; a sister, Fay Bussgang, of Dedham, Massachusetts; and five grandchildren.
This student collected garbage to pay for college. Now hes headed to Harvard Law
BOWIE, Maryland (CNN) -- A college graduate from Maryland has been admitted to Harvard Law after continued adversity nearly made him abandon school altogether. Today, Rehan is not only a college graduate, but is heading to Harvard Law School this fall. Despite his fractured home life, Rehan found some solace in athletics and trained in martial arts and boxing. Two years into his successful matriculation at Bowie State University, Rehan transferred to University of Maryland, where he graduated in 2018. Rehan will begin classes online at Harvard Law School this fall.
AP Source: Ivy League calls off fall sports due to outbreak
The Ivy League has canceled all fall sports because of the coronavirus pandemic. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)The Ivy League on Wednesday became the first Division I conference to say it will not play sports this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic, a person with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press. The league left open the possibility of moving some seasons to the spring if the outbreak is better controlled by then. The decision was described to the AP by a person speaking on the condition of anonymity in advance of the official announcement. The Ivy decision affects not just football but everything before Jan. 1, including soccer, field hockey, volleyball and cross country, as well as the nonconference portion of the basketball season.