Anthony J. Bonilla

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Go Ahead, Take a Vacation

Harvardians are quite capable of planning their academic duties out for the future to make time for a vacation.

Op Eds

Troop Surge in Afghanistan

The American people may worry that more American troops will slow the ability of Afghan troops to take up their own national security. However, with the recent engagement between insurgents and Afghan troops, it is clear that those native forces are increasingly effective.


Rocket Science

The success of the new moon program can now be used by policymakers in arguing for both increasing the number of graduates in the math and sciences as well as improving the quality of those programs.

A Return to Nutrition Normalcy

Earlier this year, Harvard University Dining Services removed its customary nutrition fact cards from the dining halls, citing concerns from

The End of Appeasement

It’s time for us to face the facts—all of Pakistan’s attempts at appeasing the Taliban have been a failure, and

Diplomacy Gone South

In developing America’s foreign policy over the last few months, the Obama administration has extended its hand to a number

A Sickness in the System

As if the U.S. Army didn’t already have enough to worry about. Recent reports reveal that, in 2008, suicides by

Economist includes books by two Law School professors in list of top 100 books for the year

University President Drew G. Faust isn’t the only Harvard luminary gracing lists of the year’s best books—she’s been joined by

Siembra Azul Chief Talks Tequila

David Suros, the president of Siembra Azul Tequila, spoke about the history of tequila and the future of the Mexican

The Market of Markets

In America, it seems the dictum that “talking about politics is rude” has achieved the status of a universal truth.