Editorials

A Counterproductive Lawsuit

Divest Harvard serves an important role in calling attention to climate change itself, but we continue to believe that divestment is not the best way for Harvard to combat the phenomenon.

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Trying to Make Sense of a Senseless Tragedy

Brown’s untimely death is the kind of tragedy that leaves you without words, and the kind that makes you sure any words you can find—to say, to post on Facebook, to tweet, to Instagram—will not be enough.

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No Boston Olympics . . . for Now

While the games’ supporters are undoubtedly right that Boston could host a successful Olympics, the demands of the IOC and the lack of transparency in the current local discussions would make hosting the 2024 games far too much of a burden for the city and the region.

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For Now, a Red Light for Reform

Particularly in the aftermath of an election in which Americans overwhelmingly supported Republican candidates, the president should not subvert the authority of Congress in using executive actions to overhaul our nation’s immigration system.

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A Good Deal, Already in Danger

With this new deal, the countries whose cooperation is most needed to slow climate change have made a commitment, before the world, to carry out serious shifts in how they produce energy.

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A Statement from Eldo Kim

In several weeks, it will have been a year since I emailed false bomb threats during my final exams. Looking back, I can only cringe at my sheer stupidity and immaturity.

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Sitting Out the Revolution

My emotional well has run dry. The failure to indict Wilson was not met with the same anger that came after Zimmerman’s exoneration. I feel nothing.

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Letters to the Editor: Harvard Arab Weekend

Silencing the “other” leads to misunderstanding and thus does not promote peace.

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Let Us Govern Again

If we stop dithering and complete a reform of the broken American immigration system now, then we won’t have to make such a choice in the future.

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Dude, Why the Legacy Preference?

We want equity of access like my high school self wanted that boy whose favorite book was Thus Spoke Zarathustra.

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Political Flaws in the Affordable Care Act

In short, the largest lesson the writers of the ACA might have learned from Medicare is that policy has serious implications for politics.

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Coding Our Way to the Top

Balmer’s large (albeit unspecified) gift comes in the wake of a growing interest from Harvard’s student body in computer science.

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Still Keep Stillman

This is a positive development, and HUHS should be commended for taking the student outcry seriously.

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Section Size is a STEM Concern Too

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Trouble In Hogwarts

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Where’s the Outrage?

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An Undisguised Threat to Freedom of the Press

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The Irrelevance of Party Platforms

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Why I Write Bad

Academics put out lousy writing because they went through 20 years of schooling that rewarded lousy writing.

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Finisher

When the runners of the 45th crossed the line, we were glad the race had happened, but mostly we were glad it was over. We did what mattered. We finished.

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The Case for Section Caps in the Sciences

Smaller sections would allow teaching fellows to more readily monitor laboratory safety while maintaining attention to each student.

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Letter to the Editor

In the same fashion that student divestment efforts in the 1980s blossomed into a worldwide, successful campaign against South African apartheid investments, may this action inspire major change at Harvard and other institutions to stem climate chaos.

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Kanuparthy and Horvath for the UC

Whoever wins the UC election will need to ensure that administrators are pressured to respond to student concerns and that a new slate of fresh ideas are brought before their constituents. Kanuparthy and Horvath are the ones who best fit that bill.

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Homo Economicus For President

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A Declaration Of Love

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Reckless Sponsorship of Anti-Israelism

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A Just Nominee

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Letter to the Editor: Interracial Dating