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NFL QB Ryan Fitzpatrick Not The Harvard Stereotype

Veteran footballer Ryan Fitzpatrick has made a career out of surprising people. Selected as the sixth-to-last pick in the 2005 NFL Draft, Fitzpatrick has defied all expectations by sticking around the league and establishing himself as one of the most respected figures in the game. Affectionately referred to as “Fitzmagic,” the seasoned QB will enter his 17th NFL season in 2021…

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The Meaning Of Law: Loretta Lynch Speaks To Alma Mater Harvard

In 2015, Loretta Lynch entered the history books when she became the first African American woman to serve as the U.S. attorney general. In this position, Lynch oversaw more than 100,000 employees across numerous agencies and offices. She also supervised the DOJ’s major litigating divisions, including Antitrust, Civil, Civil Rights, Criminal, Environmental, and Tax…

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Power Woman Anne Sweeney

American business executive Anne Sweeney is known for her leading positions, especially at the Walt Disney Company and 21st Century Fox. Over the course of her career, which has spanned more than three decades, she has risen through the ranks of the entertainment industry amassing one success after another…

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Harvard Graduate Lou Dobbs: A Talking Head With Deep Crimson Roots

For the past four decades Lou Dobbs has been one of the most recognizable faces in the world of cable TV news. Dobbs has been a news anchorman since the 1970s, first at local stations in Phoenix and Seattle, before joining CNN at its inception in 1980, where he became one of the network’s stars, best known for hosting “Moneyline with Lou Dobbs”…

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