Editorials

Changing the Board

Beginning next academic year, the Ad Board will implement the largest structural changes in its history, changes that will alter both the types of cases and the number of cases the Board will deliberate on in the future.

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The Fantasy of 100% Renewable Energy

There are two massive problems that currently plague the electric grid.

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An Unequal Restriction

Perhaps most troubling, this already flawed program would limit poor students’ freedom of choice by tying aid to the rankings.

Rightly Popular, But Increase Transparency

In order to maintain a standard set of regulations for each course the administration should delineate what exactly makes CS50 unique, and how other professors who want their classes to have this exception as well can structure their courses.

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The UC, Going Forward

Never did we think we would come to appreciate a body that was seemingly incapable of effecting change or inspiring student support.

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Letter to the Editor

Having some TFA alumni move on after time in the classroom is not a flaw of the organization.

Stop Whistling Vivaldi

Black men play by a different set of rules. The most damning are found in the hearts and minds of people throughout America and around the world.

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To the Introverts of the Class of 2018

Rest assured, no matter what you do, you will still make friends.

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Media

Summer in Three Words

Summer in Three Words

9/11 Memorial

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ISIL is Not the End of the World

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The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

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Unloading the Ad Board

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Give Me That Old-Time Religion

Too many American Christians believe that their two identities—“American” and “Christian”—are synonymous.

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Columns

ISIL is Not the End of the World

Far from being uniquely Islamic, ISIL represents the ugly face that societies tend to manifest when their modes of social, political, and religious organization become unsustainable.

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Editorials

It’s On Us

The problem of sexual assault on campuses is one close to home—but until all Americans are free to live without the debilitating scars of sexual violence, everyone must do their part. It’s on us.

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Columns

The Difficulty of Defining Difficulty

In our quest to be the best, I find that we frequently lose sight of the amazing, meaningful talents we already do possess.

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Columns

Harvard Aesthetics

How did our surroundings suggest the ways we could or could not be, the things we could or could not say?

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Editorials

More Caution Needed in Syria

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What Should Harvard’s Legacy Be?

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Staying Above the Finance Fray

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The Real World?

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A Female Version

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Devastating Cuts to HIV Program

Scientific advancements beg resolute political leadership—now.

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Letter to the Editor

As a student, I’m embarrassed that administrators and faculty members would violate the basic norms of a panel discussion in order to score points against a thoughtful critic.

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Editorials

Digitizing the Loeb Classical Library

The Loeb Classical Library Foundation and the Harvard University Press announced last week that the entire Loeb Classical Library would be digitized and put online for a fee. Their efforts to make these resources more widely available are commendable and show the potential for future digitization projects.

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Columns

When Spanish Is Not Enough

The further we get away from our “origins,” the more we tend to idealize them.

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The Crimson Editorial Board is Pleased to Announce its Fall 2014 Columnists

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Maduro Madness

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Struggling with Privilege

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The Israel Divide

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Let Them Eat Where They Please

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Good Thought Experiment, Bad Politics