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  • Air Unfair

    July 1, 2001

    Credit: Christoph Niemann Adjunct Professor Michael Levine likes to see airlines compete. After all, he helped deregulate the airline industry two decades ago before serving…

  • The Record Breaker

    April 27, 2001

    The former chief of Arista Records, who has shaped the careers of music legends Janis Joplin, Carlos Santana, and Whitney Houston, launches a new record label.

  • Takingachance@a.com

    April 27, 2001

    Despite the dizzying decline of the dot-com world, several alumni are determined to survive and thrive in their own digital start-ups.

  • All Politics Is Local at Appleseed

    September 28, 2000

    Harvard Law School's Appleseed Electorial Reform Project, inaugurated last summer seeks to increase voter participation and ensure that residents’ interests are represented through lawmakers and by the referendum process.

  • A Sense of Securities: J. Sinclair Armstrong ’41

    July 18, 2000

    J. Sinclair Armstrong '41 credits the faculty at the School in preparing him for his life and career. He has also taught himself to conquer new fields of expertise, and to face new challenges at the top levels of government and business.

  • The Vulnerability of the Middle Class

    July 18, 2000

    Despite today's booming economy, the number of middle-class families filing for bankruptcy in America is soaring, according to Professor Elizabeth Warren, Teresa Sullivan, and Jay Westbrook, coauthors of a new study, The Fragile Middle Class: Americans in Debt (Yale University Press, 2000).

  • Day and Night in N.Y.C.

    September 25, 1999

    Banker and community builder Deborah Wright '84, Parks Commissioner Henry J. Stern '57 and longtime Legal Aid lawyer Stephen Pokart ’65 all make their living in N.Y.C.

  • Writing

    Writing “The Good Black”

    April 26, 1999

    How two HLS roommates became author and subject.