After spending four years on a campus saturated with Marxist memes and jokes about communist revolutions, my classmates will graduate with the impression that communism represents a light-hearted critique of the status quo, rather than an empirically violent philosophy that destroyed millions of lives.
We hope this gift is just one of many steps in Harvard’s continuing commitment to public service.
The Game offers an opportunity for students to step back from their duties and enjoy a revelrous weekend.
We’re not trying to bring Molotov cocktails into Adams—but we’d sure like to enjoy cocktails in the Molotov.
“American,” Spanish, or any other language is a part of this country too.
I remembered how fragile my future became as I watched votes go up for a man who held the fate of my undocumented community in his hands. I suddenly remembered that I had more to worry about than academics.
Please, I urge you, don’t watch the Harvard-Yale football game.
Player safety goes far beyond the athletes on the professional stage, right now. It affects every fan, and every middle-school player’s dreams.
Using wealth as a metric for success is an unreachable expectation.
If Harvard-Yale became the catalyst for a permanent attitude shift toward gratitude and real community, The Game might actually do more than represent Harvard’s gritty struggle for Ivy League hegemony.
If I was white, I would be allowed to belong. I wouldn’t be a person stretched across oceans. I wouldn’t be a person stretched across ideas. I would be able to claim this country and its politics.
We encourage Harvard College administrators to adopt a more flexible advising system, particularly for freshmen.
House dining halls are open for the duration of the night. They are expansive common spaces, ripe for the fostering of collaboration and cohesiveness. Yet they lack the bustle they should have.
Using immigrants for economic stimulus then failing to create a suitable living environment for them has become a hallmark of Midwestern legislation.
Although a push for gender-neutral housing is not a recent development, there is still a long way to go.
It’s time to tell ourselves a new story: the story that struggling is acceptable, and that our issues deserve to be heard.
Our community has come a long way in our fight for equality, but we still have a long way to go.