Harvard reverses course, ruling out the lab leak theory, A.E. Stallings's poems, and more

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January 20, 2023
Two weeks after the publication of our investigation into the Harvard Kennedy School, the university announced it will reverse course and offer a fellowship to Ken Roth, former head of Human Rights Watch. The about-face comes in the wake of public backlash from leading human rights and press freedom organizations, major media outlets, and university activists and alumni.

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EDITOR'S PICK
Harvard Reverses Course After a "Nation" Exposé
The Kennedy School has decided to extend an invitation to Ken Roth, the former head of Human Rights Watch, after a Nation cover story revealed that his fellowship was initially vetoed because of his criticisms of Israel.
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Unredacted NIH E-mails Show Efforts to Rule Out a Lab Origin of Covid
In early 2020, top scientists told Anthony Fauci they were concerned that SARS-CoV-2 appeared potentially
Jimmy Tobias
A.E. Stallings and the Afterlives of Antiquity
In a career spanning collection This Afterlife, the poet opens up a dialogue about the history of form and the rich possibilities of the practice's oldest modes of expression.
Ryan Ruby
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Don't Blame Students for Using ChatGPT to Cheat
When college education is rendered transactional, a generation trained to use technological tools to solve problems is just doing what it's told.
Jordan S. Carroll
Big Pharma Greed's Knows No Bounds
A proposal by Moderna to hike Covid vaccine costs to as much as $130 a dose is "what corporate greed looks like."
John Nichols
WATCH AND LISTEN
Abortion Rights Battles return in the 2023 elections; plus wages at Walmart
On this week's episode of Start Making Sense, John Nichols discusses politics and Rick Wartzman comments on America's biggest employer.
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George Santos and the Power of Lies
Moira Donegan joins The Time of Monsters to discuss the implications of a political system where a liar like Santos can flourish.
Jeet Heer
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