Those students who are already vocal about their status can be traced through coverage they have received in the media, and the declaration of Harvard as a sanctuary campus will only reassure them of the University's commitment to them.
Without the sort of visibility that the event and water bottles marked with the DAPA logo provided, there is no way of ensuring that freshmen, especially, are aware that DAPA is a trusted resource.
Rather than seek out the lesser of two evils, the faculty should vote directly on whether to repeal the proposed sanctions.
It seems that now more than ever, the uncertain future of Asian-American politics calls for more collective action.
Today marks the first paper of The Crimson’s 144th year, and as we start the presses anew for 2017, we wanted to give you an update on where we’re headed.
Prevailing sentiments within most circles equate beauty, goodness, and success with fair skin color.
I want unfiltered answers, not a pat on the back or another consolatory sandwich from some OCS event.
But let’s talk about freedom, because freedom, despite its holiness, is not always right or perfect or beautiful.
And so I wonder what efforts have been made to change the culture of the women’s team, away from one where it is normal—and maybe even expected—to accept the objectification and denigration of its members.
Glenn was a lionhearted warrior, an undaunted explorer, and a judicious statesman. He was a hero in traditional modes perhaps unrivaled by any American in the last century.
In a world swimming with falsehood—likely soon to include official propaganda—we can still hope that the facts will, in the end, prevail. We just have to tell the right story.
The scientific community must stand prepared—prepared to oppose more politicized intrusions; prepared to stand tall in the face of scientific illiteracy; prepared to defend itself from the pro-Smith, pro-applied, pro-bureaucracy movement within the GOP’s leadership.
Despite all that has changed in the past decades, the final clubs have not fundamentally changed, even though they have attempted to be more racially and culturally inclusive.
Harvard is at once my sanctuary and enabler. It is where I am most myself, intellectually, and physically. It is here that I feel free.
Let us begin a dialogue with those who seek to suppress and deport us. I ask that we take on the difficult task of embracing those who wish to upend the lives we’ve built in this country.
Unfortunately, this initiative’s many problems make us strongly question the large sum of money that Boston Police Department will invest in it.