The staff should not expect the administration to quell Harvard's driven student body. We should demand an official dean of students because Harvard's zeal deserves better student services: bringing more of the outside world to campus for career guidance, as well as entertainment purposes; having the power to initiate an increase in student group space and funding; instituting twilight library and dining hall hours; fostering more student-staff interaction. While the administration could do much more to make student life rewarding, the fact that Harvard students can't seem to find time for love is our own fault.
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