Summer Postcards

This Morning

I am fairly certain that you can see the entire world here in just your morning commute.

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Next To Me Stood A Seemingly Middle

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Editorials

Let Uber Be Ubiquitous

While no car service should be allowed to operate totally unfettered, governments should promote rather than stifle technological innovation and its manifold benefits.

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Examining Orientation

We must seek diversity within diversity, and be aware of where we fall short.

I Can’t Breathe

No matter how much the New York City Police Department or the right-wing media would like to spin the story in order to justify this killing, they can’t. The tape does not lie.

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What the BRICS are Building

Just as the Bretton-Woods system based currencies including the dollar on gold, the BRICS countries have developed a system where international investments and trade are based on power politics.

Single Payer Reform: The Right Choice for Massachusetts

Only one gubernatorial candidate has both the expertise and political will to implement Medicare-for-all in Massachusetts: Don Berwick.

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Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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An Evil Woman

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On Campus

Opening Days

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Transatlanticism

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An Evil Woman

Travellers are too often tricked into thinking that the authentic of a place its in its orthodox, its normative.

Summer Postcards 2014

I Met a British Spy

I met a British spy on the train.

Columns

Don't Know Much About History

The chief of the police department in Ferguson, Missouri made an incredible statement after his community became the focus of national attention. In discussing his work with the Justice Department's "community relations team" to improve his rapport with the citizens of Ferguson, he stated, "I told them, 'Tell me what to do, and I'll do it.'"

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Columns

Home Alone

This was not the way that things should have gone, in fact, it was the ideal set-up. My parents were away for the weekend, and I had the house to myself. Despite promising my mother that I wouldn’t touch her white wine or ruin the hardwood floors, I was more than prepared to throw a rager with the three people that I still kept in contact with from high school.

Columns

This Is My Wall

Praying with Women of the Wall showed me that women can speak up within religious spaces, and that’s okay. It’s more than okay. It’s good. It’s desirable. Praying with WoW helped me claim the Wall, and by extension all spaces of prayer, as my own.

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Letter to the Editor

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Land of Fog

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Away in Argentina

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Why Vivek Murthy Matters

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I Am Not at a Cafe

Columns

Widening The Gap

The upper class is dominating the college degree game, and all indicators such as early life success and state budget cuts imply that this divergence will only continue to intensify. Though the economy is recovering from the depths of 2008, the lower classes have not recovered. Despite being a beacon of hope to many Americans, higher education is only adding fuel to the fire.

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Letter to the Editor

Warren Tolman, throughout this campaign and his career, has presented a bold vision for progressive leadership.

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Letter to the Editor

I am confident that knowledgeable readers will acknowledge the intellectual fairness and ongoing commitment to supporting academic freedom in Thailand.

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Transatlanticism

It’s weird being in a country where things just seem to work.

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Op-Eds

Troubles with Thai Studies

As human rights in Thailand deteriorate under a military junta, Harvard is collaborating with key supporters of the recent coup to create a permanent Thai Studies program at the university.

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Summer Postcards 2014

Harvard Test Drives L.A.

Columns

Why You Shouldn't Trust Malcolm Gladwell

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An Open Letter to My Unpaid Internship

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The State and Censorship

Columns

These Pogroms Are Personal