News and Views from the HLS Community
Not many people have to specify that they don't think it's a good thing that
cigarettes kill people.
To Serve and to Honor
On Flag Day this year, when Irene Englund's ashes were placed at Arlington National
Cemetery, soldiers fired a rifle salute, a bugler played taps, and an
American flag was presented to Englund's daughter Julie.
The Haunting of Hillsborough House
Former Harvard Law student John Bickford still hangs around his family home, though the Hillsborough,
N.H., farmhouse where he grew up is now a bed-and-breakfast, his parents
are dead--and so is he.
This Goose Ain't Cooked
At least you're alive. That's what Sydney Altman '93 thought when
friends began complaining about graying hair, sagging buttocks, dormant
libido, and various other afflictions that beset people of a certain age.
The new battle against fast food has found an important ally in Richard Daynard '67,
president of the Tobacco Control Resource Center at Northeastern University
School of Law.
When the World Wide Web first reached buzzword status in the mid-1990s,
corporate presence on the Internet was comparatively small.
Trying to guilt trip a burglar when you catch him red-handed in your
apartment is not a good idea, says Kathleen Tarr '95, especially if
you're half naked.
A Night at the Dragapella
They say you can be anything you want with a Harvard Law degree. You can
even be Rachel.
Book of the Times
It's time, says Professor Todd Rakoff ' 75, to change the way we think about time.