Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Matt Viser Globe Staff July 11, 2018 WASHINGTON — When Elena Kagan was dean of Harvard Law School, she was in search of rising conservative legal stars. The traditionally liberal campus, the thinking went, could use a little ideological diversity with more robust debate and the challenge of different viewpoints.Among Kagan’s hires, as a visiting professor, was a newly appointed federal appeals court judge from Washington named Brett Kavanaugh. Now, more than a decade later, the two could become colleagues at the pinnacle of judicial power, where Associate Justice Kagan is entrenched in the Supreme Court’s liberal minority and Kavanaugh, if he wins Senate confirmation, would help conservatives cement a potentially decades-long grip on the high court. Advertisement After Kagan tapped him for the prestigious gig, Kavanaugh often taught during … [Read more...] about At Harvard Law School, he’s Professor Kavanaugh
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Wednesday, June 20, 2018 by: Mike Adams Tags: badhealth, badmedicine, bigotry, Harvard Medical School, intolerance, left cult, Libtards, racism, social justice, white people (Natural News) The thing about being a “progressive” is that sooner or later, you discover you’re never quite radical enough to keep up with the “diversity” demands that dictate Leftist policies. Harvard Medical School, for example, has just announced it is ashamed of its white graduates who become doctors, and the school is in the process of removing photos of white doctors solely because they are people with white skin. “Dr. Betsy Nabel, the hospital’s president, told The Boston Globe last week that the portraits do not reflect the diversity of students at the medical school,” reports Campus Reform. “[she] suggested that so many portraits of white males may make medical students uncomfortable.” The solution? Eliminate white doctors from the halls … [Read more...] about Harvard Medical School: White doctors not welcome here anymore; school to focus on “putting people of color in power”
Briana Williams, J.D., is a Harvard-educated lawyer, single mom and inspiration to many. Williams, a 24-year-old from Los Angeles, defeated incredible odds when she had a baby in law school -- literally. She was in labor in a Harvard Law School classroom while taking a final exam. "I went into labor in April -- during final exam period," Williams writes in an Instagram post that has gone viral. "I immediately requested an epidural so that my contractions wouldn't interfere with my Family Law grade. And, with tears in my eyes, I finished it." How did this woman get through two incredibly tough things -- law school and labor -- at the same time? She says she simply "bit the bullet." She completed her exam and then gave birth to her daughter, Evelyn. She had one more year of law school left, and being a young, single mom did not deter her. She kept biting the bullet. After Evelyn was born, Williams learned how to breastfeed with one arm while writing a paper with the other, … [Read more...] about Single mom who went into labor during final exam graduates from Harvard Law School
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page John R. Ellement Globe Staff April 17, 2018 The Harvard College student whose arrest by Cambridge and Transit Police officers has sparked debate over police use of force is now represented by two Harvard Law School professors, who said their client won’t be speaking publicly any time soon.Selorm Ohene, 21, a mathematics major at Harvard, was arrested by police last Friday during an encounter. Police said Ohene was naked, appeared to be delusional, and was combative with officers. The arrest was captured on video, and one officer is seen delivering blows to Ohene while he was being restrained by other officers, critics of the police contend.Cambridge Police Commissioner Branville G. Bard Jr. has defended the officers’ actions, while Harvard University president Drew Faust called the incident “profoundly disturbing” and Cambridge Mayor Marc … [Read more...] about Two Harvard law school professors will represent student arrested by Cambridge police
PARENTS will learn later this month if they have got their kids into their preferred school. Children born between September 1, 2013 and August 31, 2014 must apply ready to start school in September 2018 - or risk losing out on a place. If you haven't got round to putting in your application, here is a run down of the potentially daunting process...When is the primary school application deadline date in the UK? You must apply for a primary school place by 11.59pm on Monday, January 15. Submitting a late application significantly reduces your child’s chance of an offer at one of your three preferred schools. But it is important to make sure you have fully researched the schools on your list. Most of the information you will need can be found on the schools' websites, including: Details of the curriculum Admission criteria Links to Ofsted reports Links to performance data You can also get advice about choosing schools from your local council, as each one has teams … [Read more...] about When was the UK primary school application deadline for 2018 and when do I find out if I got my first choice?