Editorials

Increasing UC Financial Transparency

Measures to reform the application process and increase transparency to these organizations will enable them to better utilize the grants and increase the number of students benefitting from the UC’s resources.

Op-Eds

Donald Trump: The Inverse Abraham Lincoln?

It may be fair to say that Mr. Trump, who is by all accounts not a reader, and who has repeatedly offended African -Americans, lays claim at present to being the inverse Lincoln.

Editorials

Diverse Applicants for a Diverse Class

The Harvard experience thrives on diversity of thought, identity, and experiences. The College must continue to enrich this experience in the coming years.

Greater Proactivity is Needed to Ensure Security

Security is an obligation of all Harvard community members, and Harvard needs to place a greater emphasis on ensuring the privacy of sensitive information.

Why We Cannot Hide Behind Free Speech

Given his tenuous connections to Harvard itself and insubstantial conversation, it is questionable why HFAC invited Shkreli to speak at all. ​

Op-Eds

Will Democrats Learn from 2016?

I feel obligated to express my belief that Ellison is the only candidate that can restore the DNC and bring back a sense of political legitimacy in a time when many people feel lost in today’s big data, mass fundraising, and divisive politics.

Will Democrats Learn from 2016?

I feel obligated to express my belief that Ellison is the only candidate that can restore the DNC and bring back a sense of political legitimacy in a time when many people feel lost in today’s big data, mass fundraising, and divisive politics.

The Most Exclusive Club

Will we choose to hold social and economic advantage over our peers? And if we want to be leaders on campus, can exclusion for the sake of exclusion be compatible with building community?

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Columns

A Gold Cloud With Silver Lining

Inanimate fashion objects—be they sweaters, shoes, or necklaces—truly do change when they are worn, and, in turn, change their wearers. I know this for certain now.

Letters

Letter to the Editor: Regarding "In Support of the Immigration Ban"

That being said, he might have mentioned the immediate and severe legal challenges President Trump's executive order has faced from the federal judiciary, which has thus far struck down his all-advised, slapdash, and transparently heartless first go at "making America safe again."

Columns

Taming of the Dimetrodon

Unlike the Dimetrodon, however, we have hope. We can learn, innovate and, most importantly, cooperate.

Columns

Glitter in Her Eyes

Heteronormativity stole not only part of my childhood, but also part of my identity.

Op Eds

In Support of the Immigration Ban

Frustratingly, many of these people seek entry among the innocent, and in these times, due caution is necessary to protect our solid ground of liberty from anyone who fundamentally opposes it.

Editorials

Datamatch's New Direction

Op-Eds

A Need for Focus

Columns

How the Women’s March Failed Women

Editorials

The Case for the Current Housing Model

Op Eds

My Undergraduate Campus Troll is Now Senior Adviser to the President

Op Eds

Culture Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

With the culture wars reset and reignited, the question remains: what is pop culture’s role?

Op Eds

Buried Alive: Solitary Confinement in a Louisiana Prison

He has been free for 366 days. He spent the prior 15,695 days in solitary confinement. Those forty-three years marked the longest that any man had ever spent in such conditions.

Editorials

Harvard is Right to Shrink Graduate School Enrollment

The student body would do well to take note: Despite having the largest endowment of any university, Harvard’s money is not endless, and limits require trade-offs.

Columns

(Take a Trip With Me Down to) New Orleans

Leave the Yard with photos and a full stomach, but this time I was worried that I would change, that I would become this stereotypical nose-upturned snob that we Harvard students appear to be from the outside.

Columns

The Male Gaze

I came to feminism after coming to terms with the illogical defenses of my own psyche, the ways I tolerated when I should not have, the moments when I was active in the oppression of my own gender because I believed I was harder, more equipped.

Columns

A Collegiate Character Crisis?

Editorials

In Support of Hopper College

Op-Eds

Martin Shkreli, HFAC’s Publicity Stunt Gone Wrong

Columns

For Us, By Us

Op-Eds

Beyond Comity