Chemist K. Barry Sharpless ’63 Wins Second Nobel Prize
The award celebrates the field of “click chemistry,” a name Sharpless coined.
Opinion: Egypt’s Dictatorship Is Squandering the Country’s Remaining Assets
Senior lecturer Ezzedine Fishere says the trial of five critics of the Egyptian dictatorship egregiously disregarded due process and calls on the U.S. to “push back on such brazen, destructive attacks” on the rule of law.
Egypt Is Sending the Biden Administration on a Wild Goose Chase
In an op-ed, senior lecturer Ezzedine Fishere criticizes U.S. engagement with Egypt’s Abdel al-Sissi on his “human rights strategy.” He says Sissi’s efforts are ridiculous “given the reign of terror he established over the past eight years.”