Editorials

Fund the Testing Progress

Online testing is certainly the right direction for education, but it is important to compensate for socioeconomic gaps by funding schools that need the infrastructure.

Free Storage for All

The College should recognize the financial difficulties faced by college students and do all it can to minimize these costs for students

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A Tenable Increase

As an isolated instance, the increase in tuition will likely have a minimal effect on Harvard.

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A Virtual House of Cards

While there has not been any evidence that hackers exploited the bug to gain access to unauthorized information, the thought that the world’s most technologically sophisticated companies were unaware of a major security flaw for two years is not reassuring.

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Hey! Hey! LBJ! What Can You Teach the President Today?

Many yearn in a dismally nostalgic way about how successful Washington used to be. How a strong, charismatic, slithering executive with ample experience could mobilize a significantly divided, but ultimately competent body.

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Twenty-One Years Young

Twenty-one, for me, doesn’t mean much; but sitting here on the cusp of adulthood, I can’t help but be apprehensive.

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The Days Are Just Packed

If those plans spare us no moment of rest, though, are we really doing our future selves a favor?

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An Irresponsible Campaign

Though plantations can cause negative impacts in some cases if poorly developed or located, with care and attention to planning and management, benefits should far outweigh the costs.

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The Days Are Just Packed

If those plans spare us no moment of rest, though, are we really doing our future selves a favor?

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Op-Eds

An Irresponsible Campaign

Though plantations can cause negative impacts in some cases if poorly developed or located, with care and attention to planning and management, benefits should far outweigh the costs.

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Columns

The Parents Aren’t All Right

It’s important to restart the national conversation around enlarging Head Start and Early Head Start to every willing child in America.

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Op-Eds

Putting the “Senior” in Senior Spring

We stay late at a party that we secretly hate because we feel that we can’t possibly leave—it’s senior spring and every last moment counts!

Editorials

A Virtual House of Cards

While there has not been any evidence that hackers exploited the bug to gain access to unauthorized information, the thought that the world’s most technologically sophisticated companies were unaware of a major security flaw for two years is not reassuring.

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Of Lovers and Baseball

Editorials

A Rightful Revocation

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Demystifying Yardfest

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Reform and Restructure General Education

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A Case for the Victims

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From Athens to Sparta

Exactly one year ago, I ran the Boston Marathon. Today, I took my oath to become an intelligence officer in the United States Navy.

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Columns

Do Women Always Help Women?

If I want to be a serious lady power player, I’m going to need to purchase a blazer. It’s going to be black or navy blue, it’s going to cinch at the waist and flair at the hips, and, damn it, it’s going to get me taken seriously.

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Letter to the Editor

Every single university, college, school and organization will have to make climate its toppriority if our species is to survive on this planet

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Op-Eds

We Need To Talk

These deaths make me wonder what I don’t know about my friends. They make me realize that people who seem okay might actually be struggling. And they make me aware of how little of our lives we share with one another.

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Columns

In Defense of High Frequency Trading

I venture to present my own simplistic morality tale: the small investors are the righteous and weak. Bad regulation, encouraged by Lewis’s misinformation, is the evil. And the high frequency traders will lead the righteous through the valley of darkness that is the stock market.

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Columns

Let’s Talk about Campus-Eye-Contact-Culture

Columns

Ban the Bossy Ban Bossy

Editorials

Progress Without Divestment

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Keep It in the Classroom

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