The announcement that President Drew G. Faust is stepping down has kicked off a months-long presidential search. The Crimson Editorial Board weighs in on what we expect from the next President.
We are grateful for all you have given us, and the people you have made us. Thank you, Dr. Counter.
Social media can feel like a competition. People try to outdo each other with the quality and rate of their posts, but for what prize?
I finally know why the Ringling Bros. Circus closed in May: It was getting too much competition from Harvard.
Maybe we should stop feeling ashamed of American culture’s tendency to universalize, and start feeling excited at its power to unify.
New York has forced me to pay attention to street signs and subway schedules, breaking through my daze of absent-minded musings.
Hesitate, but speak. Be surprised, and surprise others in return. Do not run away from what you do not know, for your understanding will be nothing without it.
Racial discrimination still hinders progress, and the success of Latinos in the music industry shouldn’t deceive us into complacency.
I want to write books someday, in English. This language saps the beauty from the countless tongues of my country, decade by decade, but it lends shape to the workings of my mind.
I looked out the window with a glass of champagne in one hand and a macaron in the other, wondering if I would ever get a better view in my life.
For too many people, racial violence is not relegated to the news or movies. It takes their neighbors, draws blood, and rips apart communities.
I know it’s summertime and I’m a world away from Harvard Friday nights and the brick buildings lining Mt. Auburn Street, but somehow the conversation regarding social exclusivity and elitism still lingers.
When we stop pretending that online “platforms” are amoral structures, we also see the urgent need to scrutinize their foundations.
Where is the line drawn between characterizing a women as strong for standing up for herself versus characterizing her as something to arrest, ill-behaved—even nasty?