Editorials

Bettering our Academic Approach to Snow Days

While the university’s safety-centered response to this year’s record-breaking snow was the right one in all respects, it has also revealed the need to develop policies to counter the academic challenges that snow days present.

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Faith and Solidarity

It is especially important in this day and age with such diversity and interconnectedness to emphasize solidarity between different communities and fight not only for your own rights but for those of people everywhere.

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Editorials

Build the Keystone XL Pipeline

This is why, upon receiving the last of his reports, President Obama should make a decision on whether or not to build the pipeline as quickly as possible, in a manner uncolored by political ideology.

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Controversy at the Law School

The events of the past two months have been regrettable at essentially every step of the way. WLA and LIDS were mistaken to honor Steinberg while her organization was under scrutiny, and were also wrong to withdraw their award simply because of public pressure and with an inadequate explanation.

Don’t Overlook Accessibility

The systematic exclusion of those who rely on wheelchairs for transportation runs counter to the goals of promoting class unity, even if the exclusion is unintentional.

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Food Freedom

While unlimited food sounds like a wonderful paradise of buffets every day, the reality is not so dreamy.

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Snowmageddon and the Case for Divesting Now

Is this cause any less important than South African apartheid, tobacco use, or discrimination against gay men and women in the military, all issues on which Harvard has taken an institutional stand in the past?

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Senior Bars Perpetuate Exclusive Community at Harvard

When it comes to college-sponsored class events, I won’t accept excuses for anything that isn’t fully accessible.

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The Dropouts

Snow on Plympton
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More Snow Looming, College Alters Dining Schedule

Divest Harvard Rally
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After 24-Hour Sit-In, Divest Harvard Protesters Leave Mass. Hall

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Columns

Why Is “Anti-Colonial” a Dirty Word?

The idea that having an “anti-colonial” President is a problem presents some prima facie issues for its exponents.

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Columns

Do You Think I’m Pretty?

Sometimes, however, we forget this more structural critique and talk about consent as an individual process—not asking “What kinds of power are operating in this situation?” but only “Did you or did you not say yes?”

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Columns

The Unartful Dodger

Part of artful dodging is knowing when to stand firm.

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Columns

Parental Control: Knowing What Not to Say

My parents have worked hard enough. I don’t want to burden them with any of the worries or insecurities or questions I have here. I want the next image they have of this place to be me thriving in it, walking across a stage and receiving my diploma.

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Editorials

Prison Riot Recalls Private Prison Injustices

There can be no doubt that the voices of these prisoners deserve to be heard when their rights are being compromised, regardless of the means.

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Columns

Good Kopp: Being A 'Pussy'

Editorials

An Embarrassment to the Commonwealth

Editorials

Brian Williams and the State of American Media

Op-Eds

Harvard Should Rethink Being Boston Olympic Bid Booster

Columns

The Social Justice Behind Social Justice

Columns

A Message To Young Voters

At the end of the day, basic supply and demand tells us that our position as voters is the most favorable, the most powerful, because we have what every politician wants: a vote.

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Columns

Sin is Good News

Sin, then, is simply the choice to serve the sorts of things that are destructive rather than life-giving. We may serve these things by freely, deliberately prioritizing them, but equally we may just unwittingly fall into the habit of doing what's against even our own better judgement.

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Columns

Just Kickback, Harvard

Kickbacks are a good opportunity to relax over the weekend, after a long week. They provide a social outlet that is safer than binge drinking. And, most importantly, they’re fun.

Editorials

Harvard Students: The UC Is Your Responsibility, Too

The UC has the power and the resources to act as a real liaison between the student population and the administration, but as the midterm elections have helped to demonstrate, many on this campus do not take that responsibility very seriously.

Columns

The Food Banking Crisis

Those who do have the privilege of access to good nutrition must exercise it for those who don’t.

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Columns

Caring is Sharing

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Law Students Stand Behind Robin Steinberg

Letters

Letter to the Editors

Editorials

Moving Forward in the Fight Against ISIS

Columns

Extravagant Kindness